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R.S.V.P. (2002)

A psychology student invites a group of his friends and teacher to a drug and alcohol-fueled party where he plans to murder them all.
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Cast overview, first billed only:
James M. Churchman ... The Quick Brown Fox (as Jim Churchman)
Sharon Bruneau ... Female Victim
Scott Workman ... Male Victim
A. Scott A. Scott ... Agent Hanna
Charley Allen Charley Allen ... Officer Gaunt (as C.B. Allen)
Rich Kelly Rich Kelly ... Detective Thomas
Glenn Quinn ... Prof. Hal Evans, phd.
Rick Otto ... Nick 'The Prick' Collier
Lucas Babin ... Jimmy Franklin
Brandi Andres ... Jordan
Reno Wilson ... Garrett
Jeanne Chinn ... Cricket
Bruce Michael Paine Bruce Michael Paine ... Bartender
Jason Mewes ... Terry
Majandra Delfino ... Callie


A psychology student invites a group of his friends and teacher to a drug and alcohol-fueled party where he plans to murder them all.

Plot Summary | Add Synopsis


It's a going away party...have a killer time See more »


Comedy | Crime | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violence, language and drug content | See all certifications »

Did You Know?


Glenn Quinn's last film. See more »


Despite some of the gruesome methods used to murder the victims, there is never any blood spilled, which might have tipped off the other party goers. See more »


Terry: I'm a modern-day alchemist, baby. Ain't nothing gonna bring me down.
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Crazy Credits

The cast was credited as Guest List See more »

Alternate Versions

In the original version, there was a whole sub plot about Hal Evans (Glenn Quinn) also being a serial killer and there being a whole rivalry between Hal and Nick but test audiences found this too confusing and all the scenes were subsequently removed but can be found on the DVD. This information gives more significance to the final shot at the end of the credits. See more »


Referenced in Be Kind Rewind (2008) See more »


Tierra Del Fuego
Performed by The Langhorns
Written by Michael Sellers
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User Reviews

Not something one would expect.
7 August 2004 | by theevilsimSee all my reviews

This movie was very good in my opinion. I first picked it up because of wanting to see more of Quinn's work (having recently become a fan,all too late), and I have to say, I didn't walk in expecting much of the actual film, because I knew next to nothing about the movie at first.

It surprised me even though I wasn't expecting much. The entire flow of the story is not like a typical movie about a murderer trying to kill off a group of people. It fits together very well, and makes the viewer take a different look at what can happen. The fact that it didn't seem to focus on the blood and gore, or the way that people died, was refreshing. And the fact that they did nothing to hide it was also and unexpected, yet welcome, change.

Quinn did an excellent job in his roll, as did most of the other actors. They gave the characters a very 'real' feeling, not of perfect people, but of someone that you would go to school or work with.

The only part that was not quite up to par was the ending. It lacked that real feeling that was present through out the rest of the film. But all in all, the movie was very well put together. Something I would definitely watch more than once.

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Release Date:

15 January 2002 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Names Will Never Hurt You See more »

Filming Locations:

Las Vegas, Nevada, USA


Box Office


$1,000,000 (estimated)
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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

Dolby SR



Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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