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Cherry Falls / Terror Tract (Widescreen)


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  • Actors: Brittany Murphy, Jay Mohr, Michael Biehn, Jesse Bradford, Candy Clark
  • Directors: Clint Hutchison, Geoffrey Wright, Lance W. Dreesen
  • Writers: Clint Hutchison, Ken Selden
  • Producers: Eli Selden, Gregg L. Daniel, Joyce Schweickert
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Cineplex/Odeon (Uni)
  • Release Date: July 1 2001
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000056PXL
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #103,241 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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3.6 out of 5 stars

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Format: DVD
I managed to catch "Cherry Falls" on USA when it aired on Halloween 2001. I thought it was great. A horror film that throws the rules completely out the window. We need more scary movies like this. Here's a quick synopsis: A killer is stalking and killing the teenagers of Cherry Falls, Virginia. The common link between them all? They were all virgins. The students of CFHS decide the only way to live to stay off the hit list is to lose their innocence. Cool notion, huh? The performances were great. Brittany Murphy was awesome in this completely underrated role. Michael Biehn ("The Terminator," TV's "Adeventure, Inc."), as the town sheriff, gave a convincing performance of a good guy trying to right a wronged past. Candy Clark ("American Graffiti") does a good turn as Brittany Murphy's mom. For those of you who like trivia, look for Jesse Bradford ("Swimfan") and Clementine Ford (Cybill Shepherd's daughter, "Bring It On"). They have small parts. This DVD is not uncut as I had hoped, but it is worth the buy for the double feature. Check it out. You just might see something you like.
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By Meesha on Feb. 15 2003
Format: DVD
I bought this film as an impulse buy, as the shop I was buying it from had one of those two for one buys. The DVD I bought doesn't have Terror Tract on it, so I can't comment on that. I dunno why I keep watching "teen flicks", although so far, I enjoyed most of them. This wasn't one of my faves though. Too predictable, and I had a list of who I thought was the killer - and the person who was the killer was on the list. Normally I'm hopeless at guessing who the killers are. I wasn't keen on this film, mainly cos it was too much like Scream, I Know What You Did, etc. There wasn't enough suspense, or anything making me jump out my skin. And the director's different angle on the teen flick films - the victims are all virgins. Big wow! I'm safe :) The best bit was the last 15 minutes, and even that shocked me - an axe through the head, ouch!
Brittany Murphy was very good in this film, played the part brilliantly, and she's not your average, blonde, big tits American high school lead in these films. Spookily, she reminds me of a younger Angelina Jolie! She's got the looks off to a T.
Look for out the dad, played by Michael Biehn, who starred as the "good guy" in the first Terminator. Looks so different, but the eyes are the same.
Watching the 10 minutes of extras, which weren't even that good, was a bit boring and the directors and everyone else, kept describing the film as "humorous". Uh, I'm sorry, but where? Maybe I'm just too thick to notice the humour. It's a horror movie, I'm not exactly looking for humour in it :)
I wouldn't say I would watch this film again. Maybe again sometime. But if you want a scary teen flick, stick to the Scream triology.
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Format: DVD
Wow, I just got done watching this "Frightmare Double Feature" and I was very pleased..., I went against my better judgment and bought this DVD after reading some semi-positive reviews of both movies. I was very pleasantly surprised!
I watched Terror Tract first, because I was sure it would be the more superfluous of the two movies (it's got John Ritter in it for God's sake). But it actually turned out to be an anthology film (like Creepshow and Tales from the Crypt) with three very entertaining short stories interwoven by a disturbing wraparound sequence featuring Ritter trying to sell houses in a community that is not all that it appears to be. Each story, including the wraparound-Ritter sequences, has a strong (sometimes familiar) story with a surprising, satisfying ending. It's a fun movie...not really a fun as in "comedy", but it's a good, fun, vengeful-dead-husband-evil-monkey-psycho-granny-killer horror.
Cherry Falls was also a real treat. It's a straight horror movie that borrows from about every recent Scream-esque film out there, and then adds some surprising twists to keep it fresh. There's no annoying fake "jump" scares (well, maybe one), the killer's motives actually make sense, and the whole movie has an air of paranoia about it. It really keeps you guessing as the script is very solid and the acting is all-around excellent.
Both movies are in anamorphic widescreen (with a surprisingly strong Dolby 2.0 audio track...the thunderstorm in the Terror Tract Evil-Monkey story sounds awesome) and are on the same side of the disc. There are no extras except scene selection...HIGHLY recommended!!
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Format: VHS Tape
Well, the plot is lame. I never really understood it. But the realtor, that stupid john ritter guy( three's company was a bad show by the way) showed this young couple houses in this weird neighborhood. the first story was dull about the husband getting revenge on his cheating wife--the second with the evil monkey was funny yet strangely suspenseful at parts,and the last one was probably the best-about this guy, Sean, who saw preminitions of when the "granny killer" (a weirdo wearing an old lady mask) is going to strike. so he visits a psychologist to tell her whats going on and you find out shes the next victim and he came there to save her or some crap. but this OH SO THRILLING UNEXPECTED CHANGE OF EVENTS happens when she thinks sean is the killer. OOOOOOOHHHHHH SPOOKY,EH? well sean was kind of hot so i managed to get through that part unharmed. and the ending is kind of funny. all in all, i must say it is better than THE HOWLING...but that's not saying much. NEVER EVER RENT THE HOWLING. what a masterpiece that was....
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