When Wendy Christensen has a vision of an accident on a roller coaster, resulting in her and her friends' deaths, she instantly begins to panic and gets off the ride, causing some of her friends to get off as well. The remaining friends, including Wendy's boyfriend, are stuck on the roller coaster and find themselves involved in the accident. With Death waiting around the corner, Wendy and Kevin Fischer must try and work out Death's plan, before they and the remaining survivors end up dead.Written by
Ian McKinley was originally named Logan and Frankie Cheeks was named Scotty. See more »
For the roller coaster accident to happen, a combination of the hydraulic fluid from Lewis' restraints being forced to close, and Frankie's camera result in the fault with the restraints and the damage to the train and the tracks. As both Lewis and Frankie remove themselves from the roller coaster before it leaves following Wendy's premonition, the accident should have been averted. See more »
At the end of the credits you will hear the mortician (William Bludworth) laugh. See more »
The two disc DVD set contains a feature when viewers can control what happens throughout the film. Viewers can make decisions on various characters' actions, which results in changes through the course of the film. There are several scenes where the viewer can choose what will happen, resulting in both different death scenes and survival scenes. See more »
Awesomely staged deaths. I compare these deaths to Micheal Jordan's sweet moves: he fakes right, then goes left, and then BAM!... These deaths scenes pretty much do the same thing. They're like those little domino-esquire setups (they have a term for it for which I can't remember).. you know, the ball hits the stick which then wacks the coo-coo clock, and then the beak goes through your neck as you're trying to reset your clock. Man, this 10 line minimum thing is BS. This is all I had to say about the movie, and I'm only on line 7. Damn. Okay what else. Oh I wish they would've put more effort into characterization. It was too 'in my face'. I mean right off the bat they shoved each character smashing towards screen: here's the heroin! Here's the side kick.. the jock, the duchebag... then the emo-goths who love physics. It was too aggressive. Is that 10 lines yet? Phew! Okay...well there you go. Enjoy the movie.
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