Alison follows her friends to a summer camp for cheerleaders. But she is having bad nightmares. Her boyfriend has followed her to the camp but he seems to be more interested in the other girls, girls who sooner or later are found brutally murdered. Alison starts to believe that she has a split-personality who kills them.
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played one of the mascots during the scenes in which they are all in costume. See more
When Timmy records himself on the tape recorder he says, "A monster is stirring, it needs to get out, it needs relief." But when the rest of the gang watch the tape later, what he says and how he says it is different. It changes to "I hear something stirring. I think it's gonna need relief." See more
That judge in the orange skirt... Make yer pee pee harder than a ten pound bag a' nickel jawbreakers, you know what I mean?
Despite the Anchor Bay DVD box claiming the film is uncut and uncensored, the DVD release is actually the censored "R" rated version. According to the director's commentary, the following scenes were cut to achieve an "R" rating:
- The "dream" sex scenes were trimmed.
- The shears killing was trimmed so that we only briefly see the shears getting rammed into the back of the girl's head.
- Due to time restrictions, a scene near the beginning of the van breaking down was deleted.
- Also, the ambulance attendant tells Alison to "calm down" at the end. This line was cut because according to the director, it sounded bad.
Life of Crime
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