A group of teens, stranded in the woods after a car accident, entertain themselves by telling classic horror stories. What follows is a series of eerie tales that include monsters, psychopaths, and ghosts, and that remind you that things aren't always what they seem.
Deep in the woods, no one can hear you scream.
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Did You Know?
In 1997, the film was distributed by Initial Entertainment Group. Since 1998, it has been distributed by New Line Cinema/Warner Bros., who played no role in the film's production. See more
In "the locket" segment as Scott walks around the foot of the bed to look out the window, he goes from wearing boxers, to jeans, then back to boxers again. See more
Hey, I've been looking all over for you. Is everything okay?
I was fine until you scared the shit out of me!
The end credits feature a cover of the 1962 song "Monster Mash" by the female-fronted punk rock band Bobsled. Their cover hasn't been released elsewhere, and by the time the film came out in 1997 the band had already split. See more
There is a subtitled Swedish DVD release of the film that features a slightly different soundtrack compared to New Line's 2005 American DVD reissue. For example, the musical cue that plays when Eddie discovers the Hook attached to his car reappears in the post-credits scene, whereas in the New Line DVD it does not. See more
Referenced in Darna Mana Hai
Man In The Moon
Performed by Imperial Drag
Written by Eric Dover and Roger Joseph Manning Jr. See more