Shriek If You Know What I Did 2001 R CC

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In every horror movie, there is a phone waiting to ring...a victim waiting to scream...a killer waiting to strike. And the only way to survive is to keep one thing in mind: stay one step ahead of the killer.

Starring:
Aimee Graham, Chris Palermo
Runtime:
1 hour 27 minutes

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Shriek If You Know What I Did

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Genres Comedy
Director John Blanchard
Starring Aimee Graham, Chris Palermo
Supporting actors Kim Greist, Harley Cross, Simon Rex, Coolio, Danny Strong, Julie Benz, Majandra Delfino, Steven Anthony Lawrence, Tiffani Thiessen, Martin Diggs, Tom Arnold, Mink Stole, Rose Marie, Artie Lange, Kristin Herold, Renée Graham, Joe Nelms, Sue Bailey
Studio Lionsgate
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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I usually like stupid teen movies, but this one was too much even for me.
Lisa M. England
If you love spoofs, you'll love SHRIEK IF YOU KNOW WHAT I DID LAST FRIDAY THE 13TH!!!
Pumpkin Man
When you attempted to do a spoof of a spoof, you are signing your own death warrant.
Gregory John Ranzoni

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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Jeff Cross on February 10, 2002
Format: DVD
I first saw it on the USA Network and thought it was slapstick hilarious, especially the multiple reenactments of the infamous "I Know What You Did Last Summer" car-impact sequence. Not only does it slam slasher flicks, but also hammers WB teen soap operas as well as genre parody; for example, "Scary Movie's" not-gay-but-promoting-the-stereotypes-anyway character Ray gets spoofed in the form of the character Martina, who also spoofs Jamie Kennedy in "Scream" by laying down the law on the mechanics of a genre parody movie. Another bit of hilarity is the background inserts of the Killer ducking in and out of the crowd randomly murdering people and nobody notices. While it does have some bad sex jokes, mostly revolving around the "American Pie" reject (...) ("It's pronounced 'Bonner,' sir." "Not from where I'm sitting!"), they're significantly cleaner than anything found in "Scary Movie."
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By "kalisa284" on July 25, 2001
Format: DVD
While watching the Showtime free preview weekend, I caught a glimpse of the Scary Movie trailer. It looked liked a funny parody, so I rented it. Big mistake. If I had known about the extreme use of gross-out humor before hand, I wouldn't have touched it with a ten-foot-pole. As it was, I ended up being sorely disappointed and disgusted by the movie. There was very little in the movie that I found funny.
Yesterday, I found myself looking at the box for Shriek at a nearby Hastings. Fears of it being just like Scary Movie almost kept me from renting it. Fortunately, I didn't listen to those fears but, instead listened to my inner desire to locate a funny horror movie parody. After watching just 10 minutes, I knew that I was in for a treat.
Sidenote: A common misconception among viewers seems to be that Shriek ripped-off Scary Movie. The truth is, Shriek was produced before Scary Movie was.
Warning ***** Might contain some SPOILERS.******
This movie is silly slapstick in the vein of Spaceballs and Airplane. It spoofs so many different movies, including: Scream, I Know What You Did Last Summer, The Shining (TV mini - There is a scene that seems to parody one from the Shining book and the TV mini-series between Horace Derwent and the guy in the wolf mask. As well as, the common "redrum" and topiary.), American Pie, Christine, Grease, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, etc. Not to mention some non-movie spoofs, in fact, two of my favorite moments were the Mentos parody and the Pop Up Video.
A delightful treat for those who enjoy silly slapstick. If you enjoyed Airplane and Spaceballs, you might want to give this one a look see. Personally, I give it a grade of 4 out 5 stars.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By C. Crockett on November 28, 2006
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This film pioneered the spoofing of horror movies before the "Scary Movie" franchise took over with a bigger budget and better writing.

Admittedly, this film is not as good at creating a parody of the horror film genre, but I'm not entirely sure it was trying to. It is very entertaining in it's own way, but it obviously has a smaller budget and less-than-perfect writers (I'm redundant, I know).

On the plus side, this film does make fun of a lot of things that the "Scary Movie" franchise left out, which is awesome for us fans of this style of comedy. It obviously has a different approach and film style than the more popularly known "Scary Movies". One of my favorite scenes is towards the end when they do a "pop-up video" parody on the big chase scene which inevitabley happens at the end of every horror movie. I used to love Pop-up video in the 90's, and it was so awesome to see it again!

All in all, it's a fun film for fans of scary movies, but not quite as well-made as the "Scary Movie" movies.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Sean A. Mccabe on May 17, 2001
Format: VHS Tape
I cannot believe that anybody could find this funny. Just throwing in a reference to every movie ever made isn't funny, you actually have to do something with it. They have even managed to make Tom Arnold unfunny(not easy). I am not a snob and I love stupid films such as TOP SECRET, NAKED GUN, THEY CALL ME BRUCE and the film that this couldn't even hope to get close to, STUDENT BODIES. If you want a spoof of horror films see that, not this(don't even think about it).
PS, the guy who plays the part of Dawson is possibly the worst actor I have ever seen.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By 1337 on January 8, 2011
Format: DVD
The movie was stupid and just funny overall. I recommend it to watch if you have nothing else to do or truly bored. It's a good movie : ) Give it a try, before considering other negative feedbacks left from other people. I liked the cast for the movie : )
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By tvtv3 TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 24, 2002
Format: VHS Tape
If you want to watch a great or even good spoof/parody movie, watch something by Mel Brooks, one of those films Leslie Nielsen is in, or the HOT SHOTS movies. If you want to see you bad movie (in every sense of the word), watch SCARY MOVIE. If you want to watch something in between, SHRIEK just might be your flick.

SHRIEK and SCARY MOVIE were both made around the same time. However, the brothers in charge of SCARY MOVIE pushed for a quicker release date and beat SHRIEK to the theatres. It is unfortunate, because in many ways SHRIEK is a much better film. For example, though both films go for sight gags, SHRIEK doesn't contain as much crude language or sex. The acting is about the same in both films, but SHRIEK largely has a cast of unknowns. I actually find them to be funnier than the stars of SCARY MOVIE. Of course, were not talking about Oscar performances here. Anyway, the movie spoofs everything from movies, to television, to commercials, to the general state of society. The gags or quick and it's hard to catch them all. Overall, not a movie that I would normally recommend, but I definitely prefer it to SCARY MOVIE.
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