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It's graduation weekend, and Sandy Channing, the popular class president of her small-town high school, should be enjoying the time of her life. But when her friends start disappearing, Sandy discovers they have unwittingly awakened the vengeful spirit of a girl they wronged long ago. Fighting for her sanity, Sandy must unlock a dark secret from her own past before it's too late. Written by
At the graveyard, there were two headstones side by side, reading 'Ford' and 'Dodge' (obvious in the scene where the young Angela had her nosebleed). See more »
When one of the characters falls into the hole (after running through the woods), the "earth" behind her is moving at one point when she backs into it, showing it to be a sheet of material rather than dirt. See more »
[starting to see things]
Note to self, drugs are bad.
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Don't Pity Me
Written by Brigitte Grossman
Performed by Spiderbaby See more »
When a group of friends find themselves the target of a mysterious series of ghostly accidents, they find that a coma-patient is instructing a ghostly demon to kill them off one-by-one and must find the cause of the anger before they're all killed off.
This was actually a rather impressive effort here, as this one manages to pull off a rather nasty twist (rather than just being killed, the deceased are erased from the survivor's memory except for the main heroine, which is never explained why and becomes a point of contention within) yet this is handled nicely and never really develops into a point of logic inconsistency within the film, altering events and the outcome of the film rather than the usual complete befuddlement when they're mentioned with no recollections of them. With some rather nice stalking scenes, a couple of decent hauntings and some atmospheric situations, this one really manages to overcome the aforementioned-problem and the lack of gore.
Rated R: Graphic Language, Graphic Violence and Brief Nudity.
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