Joan Burrows returns to her hometown for her niece's graduation, only to be confronted by the serial killer she thought she offed years ago -- after he kidnapped and tormented her and killed her best friend.

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Joan
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Teenage Joan
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Susie
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Bishop
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Jeff
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Olympia
Monika MarLee ...
Sandra (as Monika Mar-Lee)
Bill Baksa ...
Melvin
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Brian
Jeryn Church ...
Party Girl
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Paul
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April
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Howard
James D. Hopkin ...
Mr. Watts
Emma Duncan ...
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While driving to her hometown Ovid, Colorado, to visit her sheriff brother Jeff and niece Olympia, Joan Burrows recalls her traumatic experience with best friend Susie when they were teenagers. Joan and Susie, smoking pot in a cemetery, decided to snoop on Bishop the caretaker at the funeral home. Joan falls and hurts her knee, so Bishop, having found them, invites the girls inside to clean the wound. Soon they are sedated with chloroform and submitted to a cruel torture - a sick game where Bishop tells each girl to ask him to kill the other to stop their own suffering. When a copycat killer starts killing Olympia's classmates, Joan tells police that Bishop is back (or someone who looks just like him) but nobody believes her. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil / revised by statmanjeff

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Rated R for sadistic bloody violence and torture, language, some drug use and sexual content/nudity | See all certifications »

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Goofs

Bishop dispenses chloroform from a clear bottle. Chloroform doesn't come in clear bottles because sunlight makes it unstable. That's why it's always sold in brown or amber bottles. See more »

Quotes

Olympia: Will you be my king at the banquet?
Paul: Well, it's, um... it's kind of hard to say no to a giant trout.
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References The Wolf Man (1941) See more »

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It's Only Crumblin'
Performed by Matt Popieluch (as Matthew Popieluch)
Written by Ariel Rechtshaid, Josh Kessler, Marc Ferrari, Lewis Pesacov & Matt Popieluch (as Matthew Popieluch)
Published by Red Engine Music (ASCAP)
Courtesy of MasterSource Music Catalog, Inc.
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not bad.
20 April 2008 | by (Moscow, Russia) – See all my reviews

Saw it today, in Russia it is all over the theaters and to be honest, I wasn't disappointed. Do not expect suspense. Do not expect that much HORROR itself - there was gore, a god awful amount of gory torturing. Angela Bettis was surprisingly not as good as she usually is (May; Girl, Interrupted), but she fit the character pretty well. Bliss Blanton glows and shines, I've never seen her in a movie before, but she was extremely pretty. The plot.. well, it keeps you entertained. And, as I saw it in 3D, I was exited and pleased to see things actually look like they were in front of me, plus the titles and the cast in the intro flying right into your face is pretty spectacular - I found myself smiling as I didn't experience much of 3D action (Spy Kids were not as 3D as this one) and it was nice. Do not expect much, expect a good 3D (no full presence, for Christ's sake, they didn't have an opportunity to suddenly bring three-dimensional to a new absolutely amazing level), expect a gore fest (I found myself turning away in a few scenes, it was gorier than the "Saw" series was") and you won't be disappointed. No masterpiece, pretty enjoyable overall.


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