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Shriek If You Know What I Did Last Friday the Thirteenth (2000)

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A reporter investigates a series of murders, dubbed the Spring Break Massacre, which leads to further mayhem.


John Blanchard


Sue Bailey, Joe Nelms





Cast overview, first billed only:
Aimee Graham ... Screw
Chris Palermo ... The Killer
Kim Greist ... Mrs. Peacock
Harley Cross ... Dawson
Simon Rex ... Slab
Coolio ... Principal (AFKAP)
Danny Strong ... Boner
Julie Benz ... Barbara
Majandra Delfino ... Martina
Steven Anthony Lawrence ... Chuckie
Tiffani Thiessen ... Hagitha Utslay (as Tiffani-Amber Thiessen)
Martin Diggs Martin Diggs ... Camerman
Tom Arnold ... Doughy
Mink Stole ... Madame La Tourneau
Rose Marie ... Mrs. Tingle


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 Anonymous

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Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for crude sexual humor, language, parody violence and some substance abuse | See all certifications »

Parents Guide:

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Release Date:

21 February 2001 (Finland) See more »

Also Known As:

I Know What You Screamed Last Semester See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA See more »


Box Office


$5,000,000 (estimated)
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Technical Specs


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Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?


Aimee Graham plays a character named Screw in this film, which is a spoof of Drew Barrymore's character in Scream (1996). In Scream 2 (1997), Heather Graham (Aimee's older sister) plays the Hollywoodized version of Barrymore's character in the film-within-a-film, "Stab". See more »


As lunch continues, the pattern on Martina's sake flask changes between shots. See more »


PA: [voice-over] Attention students, Flight 916 for Tuscany will be boarding at Gate 14A. The white zone is for loading and unloading of passengers only, no parking. Also, today's happy hour will be held in the Biology lab. Remember, wings are free when you buy a pitcher.
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Crazy Credits

In Loving Memory of Louise Nemeth See more »

Alternate Versions

Originally when Martina passes by the German Club room, the people inside shout "Sieg heil!". In the German version this was changed and they are reciting a poem. See more »


References Phantom of the Opera (1943) See more »


Written by Cause & Effect
Performed by Cause & Effect
Published by 3MB
Courtesy of Liquefaction
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Shriek is what Scary Movie was trying to get to...
20 June 2001 | by REMwomanSee all my reviews

I have to admit that I didn't rent this video, my teen daughter did, but she liked it so much, she insisted that I watch it, telling me..."It isn't dumb, you'll like it!" She was right. We watched it together and both laughed all the way through. Since that first viewing, I've watched it a couple more times and--this is my best review of all--I found new things to laugh at that I missed the first time. We've recommended it to my daughter's friends and to my friends, and from both age groups we haven't heard anything but rave comments.

I think what's most important for its success is that Shriek is well written by script artists who have a great sense of dialogue. They've got a good grasp of the essential nature of parody and I think they must have seen every 'dead teen' horror flick ever. Because they know them so well, they've put in gags about pretty much everything related to them, instead of having to resort to being one-gag wonders.

But they don't stop with lots of in-jokes about dead teen movies--added on to that is an absurd collection of sight gags and parody-within-a- parody subplots (everything from the dance sequences in Grease to a few glimpses here and there of the Rocky Horror Picture Show).

In fact, there are so many sly asides and one-liners that I couldn't help but think "Mel Brooks" all the way through it. Of course, just like Mel Brooks' movies, this movie isn't claiming to be War and Peace or something. If you are looking for some kind of deep intellectual insight or social criticism, Shriek won't be for you...but then again, the genre it spoofs isn't about deep intellectual insights, either. Those movies are just for a thrill and this one is just for fun. So if what you're looking for is a good time and a lot of laughs, you can't miss with Shriek.

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