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Killing Zelda Sparks (2007)

| Comedy, Drama | 2007 (USA)
When Zelda Sparks comes back to the small town of New Essex, two old high school buddies Craig Blackshear and Terry Seville decide to pull a vicious prank on Craig's meddling former ... See full summary »

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Zelda Sparks
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Ellen
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Dr. Theodore Lenningrad
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Ryan Bladder
Bruce McFee ...
Jenkins
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Jane (as Robin Brule)
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Bill
Gerry Quigley ...
Elvis
Alec McClure ...
Cliff Sprockter
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Smitty
Jessica Horn ...
Craig's Prom Date
Jennifer Mote ...
Terry's Prom Date
Valerie Senyk ...
Hawkish Teacher
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When Zelda Sparks comes back to the small town of New Essex, two old high school buddies Craig Blackshear and Terry Seville decide to pull a vicious prank on Craig's meddling former girlfriend Zelda -- but Terry is appalled to learn that the prank may have taken a deadly turn... Written by Yucky

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Terry Seville: What are you going to saw my head off too?
Craig Blackshear: Don't be ridiculous, I used an axe.
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Referenced in Killing Zelda Sparks: From Stage to Screen (2008) See more »

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Shoebox Blues
Performed & Written by Evan Olson
Courtesy of LoveCat Music
Published by Big Tiger Music (BMI)
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Watch it more than once!
8 July 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I love this film. It's got an indie-edge and dark subject matter not for the faint of heart. But, in my opinion, what makes this movie so great is that it's actually a comedy. I was riveted the first time I watched it to the story and characters, but as I watched it a second time to show it to a friend I found so much more. The film is filled with details and dialog you don't notice on the first sitting making it even more pleasurable. Sure it's not a movie for everybody, but for those looking for something unique, well made, and something to watch with friends, this is the film for you. I equate it to the old cult midnight movies of the 70s. If that phenomena was still in style this film would be playing at the theaters with college kids lined up around the block.


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