After an accident on a winding road, four teens make the fatal mistake of dumping their victim's body into the sea. But exactly one year later, the dead man returns from his watery grave and he's looking for more than an apology.Written by
The original UK cinema version was passed 18 by the BBFC in the UK, but the rating was downgraded to a 15 rating (possibly because of the lack of gore) for video and DVD without any cuts being made. See more »
(at around 57 mins) The mirror when Helen is smashing it. See more »
[Barry has just seen the damage to his new car after hitting someone in the road]
[Almost besides himself from rage]
FUCK! Can't you watch where you're going?
Hey, it came outta nowhere, I didn't see it!
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The TNT premiere cuts some language, blood, and shows Ben Willis' severed hand from a farther angle. See more »
So I might not like this movie as much if I were watching today for the first time. My opinion is biased by the fact that seeing this in the theater was just about the most fun I've had at a movie. That nostalgia is part of what I enjoy about it, but there are other good elements as well. For one, I like Jennifer Love Hewitt as a scream queen. Actually, that might be it. It's not big on story, the performances aren't anything special, and the kills are pretty tame. I'm giving it a seven based on my personal enjoyment of it, but I'm not recommending it for horror fans for the reasons stated above.
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