Urban Legends: Final Cut

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Overview

Tall tales turn into chilling reality in this sequel to the 1998 horror hit Urban Legend. Amy Mayfield Jenny Morrison is a film student at Alpine University who for her thesis project which will also be her entry to a prestigious competition for young directors has decided to make a horror film about urban legends that suddenly and disturbingly come true. However, as Amy and her student cast and crew begin filming staged murders for the project, members of her team begin dying for real, and the survivors have to ...
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Overview

Tall tales turn into chilling reality in this sequel to the 1998 horror hit Urban Legend. Amy Mayfield Jenny Morrison is a film student at Alpine University who for her thesis project which will also be her entry to a prestigious competition for young directors has decided to make a horror film about urban legends that suddenly and disturbingly come true. However, as Amy and her student cast and crew begin filming staged murders for the project, members of her team begin dying for real, and the survivors have to track down the killer before they become the next victims. And where do Travis Matthew Davis, Graham Joey Lawrence, and Toby Anson Mount, three other students vying for the same prize as Amy, fit into this scenario? Urban Legends: The Final Cut marked the directorial debut for John Ottman, who previously distinguished himself as an editor and composer he also performed both of those functions for this film.
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Patricia Kim O'Cone
What happens when life imitates art -- or better yet, your favorite horror movie? This question is pursued in director John Ottman's follow up to Urban Legend. When the film student attendance at Alpine University seriously wanes during the student production of an Urban Legend-like film, the horror transcends the artistic intentions of student Amy Mayfield Jennifer Morrison, Stir of Echoes and moves into real life. After the mysterious suicide of a brilliant student filmmaker Trevor Stark Matthew Davis, Tigerland, Amy teams up with his equally mysterious twin, Travis also played by Davis. The students' quest for the truth takes them down a frightfully tortuous path lined with plenty of blood and guts, until the turn where they realize they can't trust anyone -- not even each other. A teen funhouse of terror with a broad cast, including Joseph Lawrence TV's Blossom and a cameo by Urban Legend's Rebecca Gayheart, Urban Legends: Final Cut has a sassy script -- writers Paul Harris Boardman and Scott Derrickson are film school alums themselves -- and, like its predecessor, is filled with nods to film legend, gore, and lore, constantly causing viewers to ask if what they're seeing is the real deal or is it movie magic. Is it the movie you're watching or just the movie within it? Find out, if you dare.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/26/2001
  • UPC: 043396066946
  • Original Release: 2000
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  • Source: Sony Pictures
  • Presentation: Spanish
  • Language: EspaƱol
  • Format: VHS

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jennifer Morrison Amy Mayfield
Matthew Davis Travis Stark
Hart Bochner Prof. Solomon
Loretta Devine Reese Wilson
Joey Lawrence Graham Manning
Anson Mount Toby
Eva Mendes Vanessa
Jessica Cauffiel Sandra
Anthony Anderson Stan
Michael Bacall Dirk
Marco Hofschneider Simon
Chas Lawther Dean Patterson
Peter Millard Dr. Fain
Rebecca Gayheart nurse
Technical Credits
John Ottman Director, Score Composer, Editor
Trysha Bakker Costumes/Costume Designer
Paul Harris Boardman Screenwriter
Scott Derrickson Screenwriter
Marie-Sylvie Deveau Costumes/Costume Designer
Charles Dunlop Set Decoration/Design
Pat Flood Set Decoration/Design
Peter Fuchs Sound/Sound Designer
Amanda Goodpaster Associate Producer
Randi Hiller Casting
Rob Kobrin Editor
Carol Lavoie Set Decoration/Design
Brad Luff Executive Producer
Gina Matthews Producer
Michael McDonnell Co-producer
Neal H. Moritz Producer
Nick Osborne Executive Producer
Nancy Pankiw Art Director
Brian Pearson Cinematographer
Richard Luke Rothschild Producer
Michael Zenon Asst. Director
Mark Zuelzke Production Designer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    One of the worst movies

    Ithought it was good because its a horror movie but its stupid because its a movie in a movie.

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