A small town is haunted by a mysterious killer who bases each murder on a different movie slasher.




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Cast overview, first billed only:
Michelle Wallace
Janet Crane
Denise Marshall (as Roxanne Long)
Coffy Grier
'Dirty' Harriette Kroeger
Wesley Barres
Mitch Phillips
Deputy Albright
Deputy Tyler
Reed (as Nathan Partlow)
Nick Marshall


Acid Falls is a peaceful town that hasn't had a murder in over a decade. But that all changes when a faceless killer begins offing the townsfolk one by one, and each murder is based on a different horror movie slasher. Now it's up to Sheriff Garris and his deputies to find and stop the killer before it's too late. Written by Anonymous

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29 July 2003 (USA)  »

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Copycat  »

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$2,550 (estimated)

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1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?


Violet Flame was originally supposed to play the dual roles of Ellie and Trish from the beginning. Later, Matt Spease cast an actress to play Trish, but once Violet arrived to do her scenes the actress backed out and Violet agreed to play the dual roles anyway. See more »


The length of Mitch Phillips's bleached blonde hair and the visibility of its dark roots varies throughout the duration of the film. See more »


References Urban Legend (1998) See more »


Performed by Disturbed
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One of the best Dark Night Films has to offer!
12 May 2004 | by (Syracuse, NY) – See all my reviews

Well, Violet went from underacting (in Evil On Queen Street) to portraying the twin sisters perfectly. I don't what made her do this, whether it had something to do with Matt Spease's more assured directing, or something else. But I'm glad to see that she truly can act, as opposed to just being there. Her Trish was the most interesting character of them all. Matt as Mitch sits back on the sidelines for the most part and lets Brian Ramme as Garris play the hero. Brian has a natural look and dialect for this role and it fit very well. Erin Matejko is one hated bitch in this film as reporter Kris Chandler, no characters in the film seem to like her at all, a major testament to Erin as an actress. Amber Simmons is a pretty girl, but her acting was only so-so. Robin Lawrence on the other hand was quite impressive indeed as Michelle. Future Leatherface, Jason, and The Demon E.H. Jenkins was very cute in his role of the annoying brat next door Wesley, when you get older look me up ;) Isaak Partlow was funny as hell as Reed, as was already mentioned him and Matt's interrogation scene is priceless. The special effects are great in this film as well (no more CGI gore, thank god) and it made the kill scenes all the more realistic. There alot of great scares in the film as well, the Michael Myers Kill and The Ghostface ones come to mind.

My score: ****

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