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Scarecrow Gone Wild -- College mischief spins out of control unleashing a horrifying scarecrow who terrorizes a resort town during Spring Break.


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15 June 2004 (USA) See more »
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College mischief spins out of control unleashing a horrifying scarecrow who terrorizes a resort town during Spring Break. | Add synopsis »
User Reviews:
What's up with all these scarecrow movies? See more (43 total) »


  (in credits order)
Ken Shamrock ... Coach Ramsey

Matthew Linhardt ... Jack

Samantha Aisling ... Beth

Caleb Roehrig ... Sam

David Zelina ... Mike
Kristina Sheldon ... Patty

Jeff Rector ... Ray

Tara Platt ... Lynn
Travis Parker ... Ed
Lyndsay Douglas ... Sara

Sean Andrews ... Phil (as Sean Flynn)

Lisa Robert ... Sandy
Eric Forte ... Jim

Jeremy Davis ... Dave

Dennis Kinard ... Joel
Johnny Marks ... Nick

Olivia Munn ... Girl #1 (as Lisa Munn)

Agnes Olech ... Girl #2
Jennifer Dawn ... Girl #3

Steffany Huckaby ... Girl in Opening
Steven Worley ... The Scarecrow (as Steve Worley)

Directed by
Brian Katkin 
Writing credits
Brian Katkin (written by)

Produced by
Mykel Denis .... line producer
Scott Pfeiffer .... producer
Tanya York .... producer
Original Music by
Collin Simon 
Cinematography by
Zoran Popovic (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Lewis Schoenbrun 
Casting by
Mark Sikes 
Production Design by
Mark Fenlason  (as Mark E. Fenalson)
Makeup Department
Jill Guido .... hair stylist
Jill Guido .... key makeup artist
Nicole Secrett .... additional makeup
Production Management
Mykel Denis .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Max Berryhill .... first assistant director (as M.C. Berryhill)
Matthew Janssen .... second assistant director
Art Department
Charlie Shearholdt .... on-set dresser
Tyler Tongate .... art department production assistant
Joe Wolf .... assistant art director
Sound Department
John Chominsky .... re-recording mixer
Sean Graham .... re-recording mixer
Cathy Raymond .... sound recordist
Wendy Raymond .... boom operator
Visual Effects by
Mark Fenlason .... visual effects supervisor (as Mark E. Fenalson)
Mark Fenlason .... stunt coordinator (as Mark E. Fenalson)
Camera and Electrical Department
Randall Booth .... swing
Shaun Drees .... camera loader
Colette Gabriel .... camera loader
Satir Gonzalez .... still photographer (as Satir González)
Michael Jin .... grip (as Mike Y. Jin)
Brian Katkin .... b camera
Rex Kenney .... best boy grip (as Rex T. Kenney)
Jerry Murrel .... camera loader
Colleen Rea .... second assistant camera
Michael Skor .... first assistant camera
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Britta Millner .... wardrobe supervisor
Editorial Department
Eric Bryant .... on-line editor
Other crew
Barry Beauchamp .... caterer
Sean Fodor .... production assistant
Andra Hayes .... script supervisor
Millie Karlinger .... production accountant
David Ogilvie .... production assistant
Willy Roberts .... production assistant
Richard Soltes .... production auditor
Matt Thomas .... production assistant (as Matthew Thomas)
Tyler Tongate .... production assistant
Matt Tulve .... production assistant (as Matthew Tulve)
Marvin .... special thanks
Max .... special thanks
Nana .... special thanks
Pam .... special thanks
Jimmy Rhoades .... special thanks
Rhona .... special thanks
Jamieson Stern .... special thanks
Justina Walford .... special thanks
Michael Yavnielli .... special thanks

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Rated R for violence, sexual content and language
USA:90 min

Did You Know?

Miscellaneous: When the scarecrow attacks the kids while they are camping on the beach he punches a girl and misses by two feet and she still falls down.See more »
Beth:I don't understand, I thought we killed it!
Jack:I don't know. Maybe when he was on that cross and he died, the scarecrow merged with him, and when we killed the creature his murderous soul merged back, I don't know!
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Movie Connections:
References From Justin to Kelly (2003)See more »
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8 out of 8 people found the following review useful.
What's up with all these scarecrow movies?, 2 October 2004
Author: moviemanic07

The spirit of a comatose hazing victim inhabits a scarecrow and takes revenge on his tormentors. First question: What's up with all these scarecrow movies? I think I missed the beginning of the trend. Are they all inspired by the opening sequence of 'Jeepers Creepers 2'? Sadly, none of the ones I have pulled down from the shelves of my local Blockbuster have lived up that sequence. This one, however, seemed to start well. The opening sequence, where a young woman is stalked in the cornfield by the scarecrow works reasonably well. It is helped by the fact that the scarecrow is only seen sparingly. When used sparingly, the scarecrow makeup works well, but, as a result of overuse, it begins to look like a cheap mask. It looked as fake as the breasts of the woman who plays the nurse. Gratuitous nudity aside, this film has little to compliment. I was inclined to praise the video photography until I watched the 'making of' documentary that revealed it was shot on film. For video it looked good. For film it sucked. The performances were both overwrought and overripe. Granted, there really wasn't much actors could do with the script. It was stupid. The overheated relationships were never believable. Still, it might've worked on the most visceral level if the film was scary, but it wasn't. One of the things that hurt it was a whistling theme that revealed the presence of the scarecrow. At first I thought the theme existed only on the soundtrack, but later characters in the film started hearing it. I found it funny, and I would start snickering every time I heard it, which effectively undermined all the thrills. This might not be the worst horror film out there, but it does lurk dangerously near the bottom of the barrel.

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