Urban Legends: The Final Cut follows Amy Mayfield (Morrison), a student at Alpine University who struggles to complete her thesis film on urban legends - only to have her crew members fall prey to fatal 'accidents.' Suspicious, Amy investigates and discovers a much more sinister hand at work. Now she must unmask the killer before she, too, becomes an urban legend.Written by
The campus used during filming was Trent University in Peterborough, Ontario. See more »
When Reese drives Amy to the library, she mentions the story of a serial killer killing 8 students (in reference to the first movie). Not only was the body count listed incorrectly, in that film, only 6 students were actually murdered. Michelle, Damon, Tosh, Parker, Sasha, and an extra in the radio station. The other 4 deaths were Principal Wexler, the Dean, the Janitor, and supposedly Brenda who we find out at the end actually survived. 9 total deaths. See more »
[Travis watches Lisa down her second cocktail]
Come on. Drink up.
Don't you have a plane to catch?
Wasted is the only way to fly.
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As the end credits roll, Professor Solomon is being pushed in a wheelchair by a nurse who happens to be the killer from the first movie! See more »
The DVD edition of the movie has 7 deleted scenes:
One shows some characters (Amy, Vanessa, Sandra, Travis, Graham, Toby and Stan) discussing after being in the convention of the film school.
Other shows Amy writing the script of the movie (there's 2 parts)
Other shows Sandra saying "Goodbye" to Amy, minutes after finishing the first day of the shooting of Amy's film.
An "alternate"-expanded scene of Amy and Trevor talking about the killer's attack in the Tunnel Of Terror.
An alternate ending showing Amy and Trevor holding after wrapping the filming of Amy's movie.
A film that can generate the most fiendish criticisms of all time, such as "pure crap" and "worst film ever made" etc etc, yet still manage to actually entertain some people, not because it is "so bad it's good" but because it is actually quite good must be hiding something from most of its audience.
Basically, I think very few people "get" this film.
In years to come this will be remembered as quite a well done little slasher flick, and will garner the kind of cult status that films like April Fool's Day and Prom Night achieved.
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