Brittany Murphy, Michael
Biehn, Gabriel Mann, Jesse Bradford, Jay Mohr
In the small town of
Cherry Falls, Virginia, a black-clad, long-haired killer is offing various
high school teenage virgins in various gory ways. Jody Markam, the
virginal teenage daughter of the town's sheriff in charge of the
investigation, launches her own investigation to figure out the killers
idenity, and stumbles into a web of long hidden dark secrets spun around the
killings involving people of the town she always thought she trusted.
Meanwhile, the teenagers have thrown a "pop your cherry" party so
they aren't the killers next victim.
Review: Reading the plot
for this film before I saw it, I thought it would be a pretty lame horror
film, it happened to be on T.V one night, and nothing else was on, so what the
heck. I was pretty wrong, granted the killing of virgins was a pretty cheesy
idea for a film, it wasn't bad.
story really had you guessing what was going on, and what was going to happen
next. The one thing that I really liked about the film was that
something like this could happen (minus the virgin problem) they set it up in
such a good way.
film was really lacking in killings. There were a fair amount of them,
but all of them were off-screen. The only part of the killings you saw was the
bodies being discovered, I would have loved to see the killings actually
only thing that is kinda funny about this film, is the message they are
sending out. That the virgins will be killed, while in other slasher films,
its usually the virgins who survive.