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Another spoof of the Scream/I Know What You Did Last Summer horror gene involving a group of popular high school students stalked by a bumbling masked killer while a dogged reporter named Hagitha Utslay covers the story and of the plight of the prime suspect and transfer student Dawson.Written by
During the final chase scene Martina and Dawson enter the room where Boner supposedly lies dead on the bed. The exit door is closed. After a reaction shot of Martina and Dawson the cut-back to scene now shows the door open and Martina and Dawson escape through it. See more »
Actually, it's on cable. But it's just as important!
Well, that's more important! On cable you can say dyke, boobies, butts, bastards.
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After the end credits, we find out what happened to all the main characters. See more »
The original region 4 VHS copies featured no pan-in on certain scenes. The most notable scene is the Baywatch parody scene where Boner says the "O" is soft in his name, and Mr Hasselhoff replies "No from here". Inter-cutting between scenes shows Boner has a boner then does not have one then does again. The correction where adjusted correctly later for the DVD release. See more »
I caught this one on cable on a slow night. Sure, it was cheesy and moronic, but you knew that. The flick never took itself seriously and that's what made it OK with me. There are far worse movies out there that pretend to be funny while trying to pose as comedies.
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