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A senior at an ivy league college, who depends on scholarships and working on the side, gets accepted into the secret society The Skulls. He hopes it betters chances at Harvard but The Skulls is not what he thought and comes at a price.

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Luke McNamara
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Caleb Mandrake
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Will Beckford
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Chloe
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Martin Lombard
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Detective Sparrow
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Ames Levritt
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Litten Mandrake
David Asman ...
Jason Pitcairn
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Travis Wheeler
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Dr. Whitney
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McBride
Derek Aasland ...
Sullivan
Jennifer Melino ...
J.J.
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Hugh Mauberson (as Noah Danby)
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Laurence Thorne (as Mak Fyfe)
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Shawn Packford
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Chad MacIntosh
Jesse Nilsson ...
Kent Hodgins
Shawn Mathieson ...
Jonathan Payne
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Sweeney
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Medoc (as Matt Taylor)
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Strain
James Finnerty ...
Preppy Freshman
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Student in Lunch Line
Dominic Kahn ...
Regatta Judge
Ken Campbell ...
Starting Judge
Pedro Salvín ...
Lodge Butler (as Pedro Salvin)
Derek Boyes ...
Assistant District Attorney
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Sanctuary Administrator
Connie Buell ...
Waitress
Stephen Richard ...
Furniture Mover (as Steve Richard)
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Sturtevant Security Guard
Paul Walker III ...
Boxing Coach
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Police Techie
Amanda Goundry ...
Coed in Caleb's Car
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Coed in Caleb's Apartment
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College Lecturer (uncredited)
Chris Ham ...
Rower (uncredited)
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College Student (uncredited)
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George (uncredited)
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Skull Member (uncredited)
Gillian Parker ...
Coxie (uncredited)
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Dart player (uncredited)
Weir Revie ...
Student in Cafeteria Line (uncredited)

Directed by

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Rob Cohen

Written by

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John Pogue ... (written by)

Produced by

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Christopher Ball ... executive producer (as Chris J. Ball)
Creighton Bellinger ... associate producer
Fred C. Caruso ... co-producer (as Fred Caruso)
Nancy Kirhoffer ... associate producer
Bruce Mellon ... executive producer
Neal H. Moritz ... producer
John Pogue ... producer
William Tyrer ... executive producer

Music by

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Randy Edelman

Cinematography by

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Shane Hurlbut ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Peter Amundson

Editorial Department

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Lucas Borghi ... second assistant editor (as Luke Borghi)
Jim Flynn ... first assistant editor (as James Flynn)
Jana Lynn Gold ... associate editor
Mo Henry ... negative cutter
Michael Matsumoto ... post-production assistant
Mike Stanwick ... color timer

Casting By

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Anne McCarthy
Mary Vernieu

Production Design by

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Bob Ziembicki

Art Direction by

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Peter Grundy

Set Decoration by

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Steve Shewchuk ... (as Steven Sewchuk)
Clive Thomasson

Costume Design by

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Marie-Sylvie Deveau

Makeup Department

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Carol Hartwick ... assistant hair stylist (as Carol Puckrin)
Jo-Ann MacNeil ... assistant makeup artist
Carol Marinoff ... key hair stylist
Bryan Robinson ... hair stylist: Hill Harper
Leslie Ann Sebert ... key makeup artist (as Leslie Sebert)
Kelly M. Beatty ... prosthetic supply (uncredited) / special makeup effects artist (uncredited)

Production Management

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Lyn Lucibello ... production manager
Robert Rothbard ... unit production manager
Jennifer Tuthill ... executive in charge of production: Original Film

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Harley Cohen ... second second assistant director
Yolanda Graci ... second second assistant director
Siegfried Kopp ... trainee assistant director
Grant Lucibello ... second assistant director
Tony Lucibello ... first assistant director
John Pogue ... second unit director
Odette Blanch ... assistant director (uncredited)
Charles Crossin ... second assistant director (uncredited)
Adam Druxman ... first assistant director (uncredited)
David C. Malcolm ... third assistant director (uncredited)
Michal Page ... third assistant director (uncredited)
Branko Racki ... second unit director (uncredited)

Art Department

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Sarah Ashton ... construction bookkeeper
Tory Bellingham ... property master
Rudy Braun ... draftsperson
Kirk Copella ... head painter (as Kirk Coppella)
Mark Duffield ... first assistant art director
David Jaquest ... set dresser
Denis Kirkham ... leadman
Nikita Knatz ... storyboard artist
Rupert Lazarus ... draftsperson
Chuck Loriot ... stand-by carpenter
Brenda McClennin ... set dresser
Elizabeth Moran ... second assistant art director
Neil Morfitt ... set designer
Jim O'Donoghue ... assistant head carpenter
Mark O'Donoghue ... head carpenter
Shawn Peckford ... assistant head painter
Greg Pelchat ... props buyer
Jeff Poulis ... assistant property master (as Jeffrey Poulis)
Reet Puhm ... scenic artist
David Ritchie ... props buyer
Mark Stafford ... stand-by painter
Angelo Stea ... on-set dresser
Phillip Tellez ... construction coordinator (as Phil Tellez)
Alex Tellnow ... metal fabricator (as Alexander Tellnow) / welder (as Alexander Tellnow)
Shawn Thomas ... graphic designer
Robert S. Smith ... carpenter (uncredited)
Richard M. Snider ... key greens (uncredited)
John Todd ... carpenter (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Charlie Ajar Jr. ... sound recordist
Frank N. Bassi ... sound engineer
David Bell ... cableman (as David C. Bell)
David Franklin Bergad ... dialogue editor
Leslie Bloome ... assistant sound editor
Michael C. Casper ... re-recording mixer (as Mike Casper)
John Clavin ... sound engineer
Tobin Davis ... assistant sound editor (as Tobin John Deluca Davis)
Christopher Emerson ... sound effects editor
Steve Fontano ... foley recordist
Glen Gauthier ... sound mixer (as Glen Emile Gauthier)
Jeff Gomillion ... adr mixer
Daniel J. Leahy ... re-recording mixer (as Dan Leahy)
James Lebrecht ... sound designer (as James 'Shadow' LeBrecht)
Kobie Lyons ... apprentice sound editor
Marnie Moore ... foley artist
John Nutt ... sound supervisor
Margie O'Malley ... foley artist
Jay Palmer ... sound engineer
Frank Rinella ... foley mixer
Larry Sara ... apprentice sound editor
Jack Snyder ... sound engineer
Steve Switzer ... boom operator
Patti Tauscher ... foley editor
Hoku Uchiyama ... apprentice sound editor (as Chris Uchiyama)
Matthew Spiro ... sound effects editor (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Pamela Gibson ... special effects shop coordinator
Bob Hall ... key special effects
Arthur Langevin ... special effects rigger
Ted Ross ... special effects coordinator
Trevor Cripps ... special effects technician (uncredited)
Alexander Galant ... special effects assistant (uncredited)
Warren Keillor ... special effects (uncredited)
Jim Reischl ... special effects technician (uncredited)

Visual Effects by

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Kelly G. Crawford ... visual effects editor
Syd Dutton ... visual effects supervisor
Fumi Mashimo ... animator
Kelvin McIlwain ... matte artist
Kenneth Nakada ... matte artist
Catherine Sudolcan ... visual effects producer (as Catherine Sudolcam)
Bill Taylor ... visual effects supervisor
Mike Wassel ... matte artist (as Michael Wassel)
David S. Williams Jr. ... lead compositor

Stunts

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Ron Bell ... stunts
Marco Bianco ... stunts
Matt Birman ... stunts
Eric Bryson ... stunts
Shane Cardwell ... stunts
Wayne Downer ... stunts
Errol Gee ... stunts (as Errol G.)
Howard Green ... stunts
Danny Lima ... stunts
C.J. Lusby ... stunts (as C.J. Fidler)
Dwayne McLean ... stunts
Duncan McLeod ... stunts
Edward A. Queffelec ... stunts (as Ed Queffelec)
Ken Quinn ... stunts
Branko Racki ... stunt coordinator / stunts
Robert Racki ... stunts
Kevin Rushton ... stunts
John Stoneham Jr. ... stunts
Bryan Thomas ... stunts
Robert Thomas ... stunts
Tye Tyukodi ... stunts (as Anton Tyukodi)
Jennifer Vey ... stunts
Marco Bianco ... key stunt rigger (uncredited)
Ermes Blarasin ... stunt rigger (uncredited)
Robert C. Shannon ... dive supervisor (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Scotty Allan ... gaffer
Michael R. Anderson ... electrician
Allan Angus ... generator operator
Glen Beauchamp ... camera trainee
Michelle Beaudette ... focus puller
Doug Bell ... grip
Sam Bojin ... best boy electric (as Samuel Bojin)
Carlo Campana ... rigging grip
Don Caulfield ... electrician
Andy Chmura ... camera operator
Darcy Gasparovic ... clapper loader
Glen Goodchild ... best boy grip
Wayne Goodchild ... key grip
Christine Harrison ... camera trainee
Jim Krauter ... dolly grip
George Kraychyk ... still photographer
Norman Laing ... loader
Martin Lake ... rigging best boy
Andy Langevin ... rigging gaffer
Mark Lewandowski ... video assist operator
John V. Lindsay ... focus puller
Norine Mark ... clapper loader
Michael McPherson ... loader (as Michael A. McPherson)
Keith Murphy ... camera operator / director of photography: second unit
Doug Novis ... rigging best boy
Adam Pill ... grip
Glenn Pineau ... focus puller (as Glen Pineau)
Kevin S. Stewart ... clapper loader
Paul Van der Linden ... director of photography: second unit
Greg Williams ... video playback operator
Mark Willis ... grip
Kris Wood ... video playback operator
Brian Woodroof ... electrician (as Brian Woodruff)
Abby Anderson ... video assist (uncredited)
Keith Murphy ... steadicam operator (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Krisztina M. Neglia ... extras casting (as Krisztina Meuring)
Corby Neumann ... extras casting
Clare Walker ... casting: Toronto
Terri Douglas ... adr voice casting (uncredited)
Rachael Erwin ... casting intern (uncredited)
Alex Newman ... casting associate (uncredited)
Christopher L. Parson ... casting intern (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Kim W. Chow ... wardrobe supervisor
Gayle Franklin ... wardrobe
Alexia Klysh ... assistant wardrobe supervisor
Linda Petty ... assistant costume designer
Natalie Bronfman ... costume assistant (uncredited)
Gayle Franklin ... costume buyer (uncredited)

Location Management

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Arthur Clarke ... location manager
Lorna Howarth-Vallings ... location production assistant (as Lorna Vallings)
Anthony Kadak ... location manager
Charles May ... location manager: second unit
Walter Nixon ... location production assistant
Michael Yankovitch ... assistant location manager (as Michael P. Yankovich)

Music Department

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Elton Ahi ... scoring engineer / scoring mixer
Joanie Diener ... music editor
Steve Porcaro ... composer: additional music
Mary Ramos ... music supervisor
Michelle Silverman ... music supervisor (as Michelle Kuznetsky)
Tom Boyd ... musician: oboe soloist (uncredited)

Script and Continuity Department

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Elaine Yarish ... script supervisor

Transportation Department

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Patrick Batchelor ... head driver
Gustav Meunier ... picture car captain (as Gus Meunier)
Frank Tenaglia ... transportation captain
Robert Tenaglia ... transportation coordinator

Other crew

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Kevin Alakas ... office assistant
Jo Barnett ... production accountant
Elizabeth A. Bergman ... post-production accountant (as Elizabeth Bergman)
Connie Buell ... assistant: Mr. Cohen
Jason Cameron ... rowing trainer
Anthony Carovillano ... craft service
Carrie Cook ... executive assistant: Mr. Moritz
Andrew Culbert ... assistant: Mr. Pogue
Bennett Fidlow ... additional legal services (as Bennett J. Fidlow)
Nicole Forde ... production secretary
Jack Harrell ... boxing consultant (as Florida Jack Harrell)
Rene Hom ... executive: Newmarket
Daniel Horvat ... first assistant production accountant
Dawn Howat ... assistant production coordinator
Donald Jones ... stand-in
Dominic Kahn ... rowing coordinator
Stephanie Keating ... unit publicist
Amanda Lewis ... assistant: Mr. Moritz (as Amanda Cohen)
David C. McKane ... office assistant
Bill Mellin ... executive: Newmarket
Rebecca Morier ... craft service
Diane Murphy ... craft service
Aurie Philosophe ... assistant accountant (as Aurie Philosoph)
Ron Reider ... stand-in
Tom Steyer ... executive: Newmarket
Brian Turley ... payroll
Paul Walker III ... boxing consultant
Cindy Wilkinson Kirven ... executive: Newmarket (as Cindy Kirven)
Ruben Winkler ... insurance: AON
Deborah Zwicker ... production coordinator
Sean Coyne ... on-set craft (uncredited)
Randee Lynne Jensen ... creative assistant (uncredited)
Marcus Paletta ... security officer (uncredited)
Todd Turner ... epk producer (uncredited)
Derek Ursacki ... office assistant (uncredited)
Angelo Vacco ... adr loop group (uncredited)
Tanya Valentine ... development assistant (uncredited)

Thanks

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Ken Campbell ... the producers wish to thank
Conrod Ciandre ... the producers wish to thank
Charles Crossin ... the producers wish to thank
Adam Druxman ... the producers wish to thank
Susan Erskine ... the producers wish to thank
Richard Grossman ... the producers wish to thank (as Dick Grossman)
Stacey Jenkins ... the producers wish to thank
David C. Malcolm ... the producers wish to thank
Dovie Mamikunian ... the producers wish to thank
Sibilla Pavenstedt ... the producers wish to thank
Christen Reynolds ... the producers wish to thank
Ocimar Versolato ... the producers wish to thank

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Luke McNamara, a college senior from a working class background joins a secret elitist college fraternity organization called "The Skulls", in hope of gaining acceptance into Harvard Law School. At first seduced by the club's trapping of power and wealth, a series of disturbing incidents, such as his best friends suicide, leads Luke to investigate the true nature of the organization and the truth behind his friends supposed suicide. He starts realizing that his future and possibly his life is in danger. Written by Kyle

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Taglines A secret society so powerful, it can give you everything you desire... at a price. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Le clan des Skulls (Canada, French title)
  • The Skulls, société secrète (France)
  • The Skulls - Alle Macht der Welt (Germany)
  • The Skulls - Sociedad secreta (Spain)
  • Skulls (Denmark)
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Runtime
  • 106 min
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Box Office

Budget $35,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $11,034,885, 02 Apr 2000

Did You Know?

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Trivia The Skull-and-Bones Society (on which this movie was based) actually gives out watches to each class of skulls, though not necessarily with the whole branding ceremony. After the movie was filmed, Joshua Jackson acquired one of the actual watches and gave it to director Rob Cohen. See more »
Goofs During the car chase through the park, the Jeep's lights go out as the driver goes around corners, because he is using the emergency brake, which turns off the daytime running lights. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Spotlight on Location: The Skulls (2000). See more »
Soundtracks Something About a Ceiling See more »
Quotes Will Beckford: If it's secret and elite, it can't be good.
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