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Severe Injuries (2003)

A bumbling and inept serial killer stalks the residents of a sorority house and finds himself up against a murderous competitor for the body count.

Director:

Amy Lynn Best

Writer:

Mike Watt
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Amy Lynn Best Amy Lynn Best ... Lauren
Robyn Griggs ... Suzie
Charlie Fleming Charlie Fleming ... Melvin Hubble
Bill Homan Bill Homan ... Neal
Lilith Stabs ... Holly
Michael Athey Michael Athey ... Brad (as Mike Athey)
Stacey Bartlebaugh-Gmys Stacey Bartlebaugh-Gmys ... Tina
Francis A. Veltri Francis A. Veltri ... Ed (as Francis Veltri)
Jenna Bull-Trombold Jenna Bull-Trombold ... Amber
Robin H. Green Robin H. Green ... Tracy
Jim Steinhoff Jim Steinhoff ... John the extra
Tim Gross Tim Gross ... Mrs. Lunford
Bill Hahner Bill Hahner ... Steve
Bill Watt Bill Watt ... Melvin Hubble Sr.
Jasi Cotton Lanier ... Linda
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Storyline

Melvin Hubble is the last in a long line of unsuccessful serial killers. Fulfilling his father's dying wish, Melvin sneaks into the Ro Ro Ro sorority house on the night of a big party and completely fails to strike fear into the hearts of the inhabitants. Unbeknownst to Melvin and the girls, there is another killer lurking in the house - one just as inept, but lacking in the courage of Melvin's convictions. Written by Mike Watt

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Be afraid... be barely afraid.

Genres:

Comedy | Horror

Certificate:

Not Rated
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Official Sites:

Happy Cloud Pictures

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 September 2003 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Cookeville, Tennessee, USA See more »

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Color:

Color

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

An homage/parody of '80s slasher movies, particularly The Slumber Party Massacre (1982). See more »

Quotes

Lauren: Why is it that every guy I meet is either insane or a complete idiot?
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Features Weregrrl (2002) See more »

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Debbie Rochon & Lilith Stabs
21 June 2006 | by gothluverSee all my reviews

I got this movie because I saw that Debbie Rochon & Lilith Stabs were in it. I figured with these two names it would at least deserve a look. I did not know that Deb was merely doing a small cameo part. I have seen Lilith Stabs in Vampire Call Girls, Demomatrix and Vampire Catholic Schoolgirls from Hell. The director of these productions gave her scripts that enabled her to demonstrate her highly erotic capabilities & brought her goth style & glamour to the attention of b fans & directors. Her role in this as house slut does not give her any opportunity to show her erotic style & talent. If you want to see a group of the plainest girls & lamest guys in a movie then get this one. Debbie & Lilith need to be much more picky about the productions they take part in. They deserve much better than this.


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