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Release Date:
1 March 2005 (USA) See more »
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Terror strikes a campus after the vengeful spirit of a murdered collegian possesses a student. | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Raquel Riskin ... Becky Jeckyl

Cory Monteith ... Douglas Waylan Hart

Tara Wilson ... Krista
Alicia Jones ... Nicki

Lindsay Maxwell ... Viv

Lisa Marie Caruk ... Megan (as Lisa Caruk)

Sebastian Gacki ... Matt Kelly

Caz Odin Darko ... Craig Grant

Alex Caithness ... Derek Johnson
Aleks Holtz ... Sean Bradford

Paula Shaw ... Janine J. Gordon

Graham Wardle ... Robert Yorke Hyde

Graham Kosakoski ... Brad Kelly

Chad Rook ... Thomas Bradford
Brandon Mills ... Chris Johnson

Dave Cote ... Kevin Grant
D'Arcy Henneberry ... Steve Hart (as D'Arcy Hennebrry)
Paul Christie ... Janitor
Emrey Wright ... Chad (as Emery Wright)

Greyston Holt ... Greg

Directed by
David DeCoteau 
 
Writing credits
Barbara Kymlicka (screenplay)

Barbara Kymlicka (story) and
David DeCoteau (story)

Produced by
Stephen P. Jarchow .... executive producer
James Shavick .... executive producer
Kirk Shaw .... producer
Stacey Shaw .... associate producer (as Stacey Belecos Shaw)
Randall H. Zalken .... co-executive producer (as Randy Zalken)
 
Original Music by
Joe Silva 
 
Cinematography by
C. Kim Miles (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Joel Snowden 
 
Casting by
Blair Law 
 
Production Design by
James Purvis  (as Jim Purvis)
 
Set Decoration by
Yvonne Brinkman 
 
Costume Design by
Vanessa Wilson 
 
Makeup Department
Darlene Brister .... key makeup artist
Emma Clarke .... key hair stylist
Sarah Dieu .... first assistant makeup artist (as Sara Dieu)
Ariella Winberg .... first assistant hair stylist
 
Production Management
Tia Buhl .... unit production manager
Andrew Ferns .... production manager
Todd Giroux .... co-post-production supervisor
Janet Kendrick .... post-production supervisor
Orrin Stroll .... executive in charge of production
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Arlene L. Arnold .... first assistant director (as Arlene Arnold)
Tawny Darbyshire .... trainee assistant director
Deborah Dimitroff .... second assistant director
M.J. Ferron .... trainee assistant director
Julie Hemmerling .... third assistant director
 
Art Department
Robert Carson .... assistant decorator (as Bob Carson)
Robert Carson .... lead dresser (as Bob Carson)
Corey Leask .... set dresser
David Lewis .... on-set dresser
Sandra Montgomery .... property assistant
Charlotte Stratton .... property master
Christopher A.R. Lowe .... set dresser (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Wendy Czajkowsky .... adr mixer
Alan Perkins .... dialogue editor
Juniper Watters .... boom operator
 
Special Effects by
David Barkes .... first assistant special effects
Allen Benjamin .... special effects coordinator (as Al Benjamin)
Paul Benjamin .... special effects coordinator
 
Visual Effects by
Douglas Kerr .... visual effects
Angus Laing .... visual effects
Krista Lomax .... title sequence designer
Richard Mintak .... visual effects supervisor
 
Stunts
Owen Walstrom .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Dan Abelson .... key grip
Ed Araquel .... still photographer
Bill Baxter .... gaffer
Melody Chan .... assistant camera
Melody Chan .... video engineer
Andrew Deiters .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Ian Gariepy .... dolly grip
Steve Gilmour .... best boy grip (as Steve Gilmore)
Shannon Kohli .... lamp operator (as Shannon Kholi)
C. Kim Miles .... camera operator: "a" camera
Brock Miller .... grip (as Borck Miller)
Adrian Netto .... grip
Ron Precious .... camera operator: "b" camera
Robert E. Simpson .... first assistant camera: "a" camera (as Rob Simpson)
Jane Smither .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Wolfgang Suk .... best boy electric
Marie-Helene Tremblay .... second assistant camera: "a" camera (as Marie Tremblay)
Marie-Helene Tremblay .... second assistant camera: "b" camera (as Marie Tremblay)
Todd Turner .... camera operator: "b" camera
Trent Wiltse .... generator operator (as Trent Wiltsie)
 
Casting Department
L.A. Hilts .... extras casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Lucy Anderson .... assistant costume designer
Lindsay Borowko .... costume assistant
Richelle Bosnich .... set costumer
Gail L. Smith .... costume assistant (as Gail Smith)
 
Editorial Department
B.F. Painter .... post-production coordinator
 
Location Management
Tammy Dunsmore .... key location production assistant
Dan Falkenberg .... assistant location manager
Michael Farias .... assistant location manager
Tim Haughian .... location manager (as Tim Haughain)
Reggie Hubble .... location scout
Mick Rochon .... location manager
 
Transportation Department
Rainer Scheelisch .... driver
 
Other crew
Rina Arora .... production coordinator
Krista Johnston .... clearance
Tony Kent .... production assistant
Janice Melnyck .... script supervisor (as Janice Melnick)
Jason K. Tamplin .... assistant production coordinator
 

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96 min
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Film debut of Cory Monteith.See more »
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References Carrie (1976)See more »

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3 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
Could have been much, much better, 15 January 2008

The plot of this movie is fairly straightforward: 30 years ago a geek was accidentally murdered by some cool frat boys who took their "good old-fashioned geek bashing" a bit too far. The frat boys, being cool and rich, covered up their mistake and life went on as normal.

Now, 30 years later, the sons of the 5 frat boys responsible for the murder are following in the footsteps of their fathers – they're cool, they're frat and they make fun of geeks.

Enter the geekette, who bears some resemblance to the murdered geek – she's awkward, smart, wears glasses, seeks acceptance and is the butt of everyone's joke. After finding a 30-year old class ring – belonging to, guess who? – she begins to change. She sheds her ugly duckling image and becomes the new hot girl on campus (because if movies teach us anything, it's that all geekettes are hot girls just waiting for a cool person – or in this case, a malevolent, revenge-driven spirit – to take them under their wing).

The biggest problem with this movie is that it doesn't seem to know what it wants to be. I was expecting a cheesy B-Horror, but it failed all my cheesy B-Horror expectations. First, it wasn't scary, and didn't even try to be scary. The "murder" scenes consisted of the geek-girl's eyes flashing red as bad things happened to whomever she happened to be looking at. And the bad things? Please. The first death resulted from one of the frat boys failing to lift a barbell and the barbell landing on his neck. Was he decapitated? No. He just choked a little. Which brings me to my next point: no gore. No cheesy special effects. One of the frat boys died due to peanut allergies. No joke.

This movie also had no nudity which, though not essential for a B-Horror, is still appreciated. The closest you'll find are some homo-erotic scenes with the frat boys.

In addition, the logic behind this movie is so flawed I just couldn't get passed it. So you have 5 frat boys who accidentally murder a geek in 1975. Okay, I get it. What I don't get is how these frat boys, coincidentally, all have children 10 years later, and that, also coincidentally, all the children are boys. I mean, do frat boys end up spending the rest of their lives consulting each other as to what they should do? Do they carry a calendar with them that marks off important dates, like, "1981: Get married." "1984, June onwards: Impregnate wife." "1985: Have a baby boy. If girl, then adopt a baby boy." Needless to say, I just don't buy it.

This movie wasn't bad. It just didn't do anything particularly well.

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