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It's the 1980's and a group of typical horror movie high school kids are getting together to hold a séance in a haunted house. Naturally, people start dying preposterously bloody deaths, girls are getting naked for no apparent reason and people walk into pitch black rooms and say things like "Is someone in here?" Will any of these poor, hapless kids survive? Or will their bodies fill the house with blood and...well, you know! Written by
The movie premiered on July 13, 2006 at Cinespace in Hollywood, Calfornia. The movie was nowhere near finished so the audience saw more of a "test screening" than an actual premiere. Lesson learned: don't schedule the premiere before you know when the movie will be ready. See more »
Shadow of the boom mic is visible on the left side of the screen on the floor as Tiffany and Ryan are walking up the stairs to the John. See more »
After the credit that tells viewers to visit the "Stupid Teenagers Must Die!" web site, the next title says "Ask for Babs"...a reference to the "When In Hollywood, Visit Universal Studios...ask for Babs" ad at the end of "The Blues Brothers." See more »
The kind of terrible you are looking for, with a FATAL flaw
I have no idea how anyone can give this movie high marks. I didn't rent it thinking it was the next great horror flick, the next great horror spoof, or the next great low-budget horror spoof. Obviously, this isn't meant to scare, but one fatal flaw with the production entirely sapped the joy out of the viewing experience. The sound editing was horrible. I had to work the volume control the entire movie. You can imagine how difficult it is to get into something - even a low-budget spoof - when you're either turning the volume up or down, or trying to anticipate the next time you have to do so. The regular dialogue is very low, and all screams, noises, etc., are VERY loud. We're not talking about toggling between 5 and 7 on the volume control, finding a happy medium at 6. We're talking toggling between 2 and 9 on the volume where it is virtually impossible to leave the volume alone. Again, this movie might be a decent example of what it is meant to be, but you're going to be spending so much time adjusting your volume control that you'll never have the chance to enjoy it.
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