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  • Actors: Leah Pipes, Kristin Cavallari, Josh Henderson, Lou Diamond Phillips, Sally Kirkland
  • Directors: Harry Basil
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Blu-ray, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: IMAGE ENTERTAINMENT
  • DVD Release Date: October 5, 2010
  • Run Time: 95 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (109 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003X3BY9C
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #110,207 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Special Features

  • Feature Commentary with Director Harry Basil
  • On The Set Of FINGERPRINTS
  • What's The Scariest Thing You've Ever Seen?
  • Trailer

  • Editorial Reviews

    In this terrifying supernatural thriller, a troubled teenager sets out on a grisly path to discover the disturbing truth behind a well-known urban legend. Haunted for fifty years by the horrifying tale of a train colliding with a school bus, killing all the children aboard, the small town left behind continues to suffer as a stomach-churning chain of murders claims victim after victim. Brought to life by a stand-out cast including Kristin Cavallari (MTV's The Hills), Leah Pipes (Sorority Row), Josh Henderson (Desperate Housewives), Lou Diamond Phillips (Stand and Deliver), Andrew Lawrence (United States of Tara) and Sally Kirkland (Bruce Almighty), FINGERPRINTS will leave its mark on your nightmares!

    Customer Reviews

    Not a bad movie, just dont expect it to be and you may enjoy it.
    Steve
    Boring, slow, teenie-bopper movie, takes a really stupid plot twist, horrible acting and cut rate effects.
    A. Hamilton
    I really enjoyed this movie and would defiantly recommend anyone who enjoys Horror Movies to watch!
    MamacitaEsBonita~

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    14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Alan Lau on July 13, 2011
    Format: Amazon Instant Video
    Early into it, I got the vibe this was going to be a stinker of a movie. It would occasionally seem to redeem itself because of the relatively strong performance from the main character, but then something (or someone) stupid would come along to mess it up. The biggest problem is the characters. Everyone is basically a caricature. Overly attentive and compassionate teacher? Check. Cold-hearted parent that suspects their child of being a junkie? Check. Horny teen punk who attacks the attractive new girl? Check. Good looking jock with the heart of gold? Check. Small-town hick cop who thinks he's Columbo? Check and mate. I could have overlooked the silly plot (most horror movies don't exactly excel at this department), but I kept marveling at how bad the characters were. Not bad acting per se (though some were doozies for sure)... Just badly written characters.

    I get that its been fashionable for years now to make movies out of urban legends. Some have succeeded with the formula (Candyman comes to mind), but most movies that try, like this one, end up being worse than forgettable... I'll always remember this movie for how annoyed I was by it. Why am I giving this 2 stars instead of 1? Leah Pipes single-handedly saves it from 1-star because she puts in a pretty good performance (given the material she was handed) and did make herself into a likable lead character. Alas, she's the only very faint bright spot in this otherwise dreary movie.
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    24 of 28 people found the following review helpful By a customer on May 14, 2008
    Format: DVD
    Starring Leah Pipes, Kristin Cavallari, Josh Henderson, Andrew Lawrence, Lou Diamond Phillips, and Geoffrey Lewis. I saw the preview for this movie and thought it looked promising--like a decent low-budget ghost story. It starts off interesting enough...a high school girl (Pipes) comes out of rehab and moves to the town of Emerald. Her sister (Cavallari) tells her the train tracks are haunted because a bus full of school children were hit by a train years earlier. She attempts to adjust to her new life and she catches the attention of two of her male classmates (Henderson and Lawrence). Life becomes even more complicated when she starts seeing a girl who had died in the bus crash and so she now must find out what actually happened to the children who died in the crash.

    The first half builds like it will be a spooky ghost-story. The second half of the movie is were it falls apart, because all of a sudden it becomes a typical teenage slasher movie--a badly done Nightmare on Elm Street rip-off. The deaths are ridiculous and unoriginal and seem to come out of nowhere. The movie has a very made-for-t.v feel, except for the strong language. The lead actress is quite good and I always love to see Lou Diamond Philips and Geoffrey Lewis; however, some of the other actors inexperience (especially the mother) showed through too much.

    Overall, if you know the tale or just want to watch it out of curiosity--rent it first. It's a two-in-a-half star movie, I just bumped it up because of the actors.
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    33 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Dolby on February 27, 2008
    Format: DVD Verified Purchase
    I was able to catch Fingerprints over the weekend at Texas Frightmare Weekend and have already pre-ordered my DVD. This movie rocked! I didn't know what to expect, and I knew it was based on a Texas urban legend, but I was surprised at where the movie took me.

    The ghost kids are pretty creepy and it was great seeing actors like Loud Diamond Philips. I must admit I thought I had predicted what was going to happen but I am happy to report I was wrong.

    If you're in the mood for a good old fashioned ghost/slasher horror movie then Fingerprints should do the trick.
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    19 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Stephen B. O'Blenis on July 30, 2008
    Format: DVD
    The title of "Fingerprints" refers to the marks left by the ghosts of dead children when they make their appearance. There was a tragedy in the small town the movie takes place in when, decades ago, a train slammed into a school bus that was stalled on the tracks, killing everyone onboard; in the modern day, there's a legend that if you park a car on those tracks, it will be pushed off the tracks and to safety by an invisible prescence - only fingerprints on the bumper or car's back remain, indicating it was the ghosts of the crash victims, trying to prevent any other accident from occuring on that spot. But what's always apparantly been just an urban legend starts to come true...

    The catalyst for the change comes when a girl named Melanie (well played by Leah Pipes) returns home after a stay in an out-of-town hospital. When Melanie and her friends try out the local legend, the car actually does move off the tracks. And shortly thereafter more supernatural occurences start happening. Melanie was in the hospital after an incident that left her legally dead for two minutes; it seems that her brush with death has resulted in her being able to interact with spirits more closely, and once near those haunted tracks... However, things may not be what they seem. It turns out that there are rumors that the crash all those years ago never happened at all, although how or why someone would fake something like that is unknown. In addition to the spirit appearances, new deaths start to occur as an unknown assailant begins slashing through various people connected in one way or another with the tracks and/or the legend.

    "Fingerpints" blends its 'haunting' story with 'stalk-and-slash' elements very well, coming out with a distinctive movie based on a fresh storyline.
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