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The Source (2002)

Four outcast teenagers acquire mystical powers that allow them to become gods on campus, with deadly consequences.

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Mathew Scollon ... Reese Hauser (as Mat Scollon)
Melissa Reneé Martin ... Ashley Bainbridge (as Melissa R. Martin)
... Zack Bainbridge
... Phoebe Lewis
Johnny Venocur ... Jerry Hauser
Ronald Rezac ... Principal McKinley
Roger Kristian Jones ... Moss Man
Steven Glinn ... Raimy
Mark Wood ... Mr. Jessup
David Castro ... Lane
Paul Taviani ... Mr. Bartlett
Anna de Cardi ... Miss Dunn
... Booji (as David Holt)
Cory Travalena ... Bane
Aaron Deakins ... Pugg
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Four outcast teenagers acquire mystical powers that allow them to become gods on campus, with deadly consequences.

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Always Believe... Never Deceive. See more »

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Thriller | Sci-Fi

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Rated R for violent images | See all certifications »

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17 September 2002 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

The Surge  »

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The movie was originally called "The Surge" and was even released on DVD with that title on the box art. See more »

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When Lane calls 911, he gives them the wrong address. The address is shown immediately before and after the call. See more »

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No animals were hurt during the production of this photoplay, unless you want to count the hundred or so meal worms viciously slaughtered by the producer while the director was not looking. See more »

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Worth a Look
15 June 2005 | by See all my reviews

I stumbled upon this gem of a film at 2 AM on good old UHF during a lengthy HD format and, I'll admit, it kept me quite entertained for the two hours I sat and watched it. Yes, the shaking camera effect and the constant "Disco Ball" reflections are quite cheesy, but there are many other positives to be examined. The characters, while movie and TV stereotypes, are still very representative of actual high school personalities. The brains, bullies, sluts, goths, and hippies were shown just as I remember them. Also, the X-men/The Craft/insert marvel comic here... powers were worked into the plot well. Great movie, Oscar candidate, worthy mention?... nah!!! But if you can take a low budget movie with a grain of salt and you went to a public high school I would recommend this fun little flic. If Blockbuster is out of Hollywood's newest multi-gazillion dollar extravaganza pay the $1 and try it.


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