Overall Rank: 13214
Average Rating: 2.2/4
# of Ratings: 48
Theatrical Release Date: 10/08/2010
Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 02/08/2011
Genre: Thriller, Horror
MPAA Rating: R
Director: Wes Craven
Actors: Nick Lashaway, Max Thieriot, Denzel Whitaker, Zena Grey, Dennis Boutsikaris, Frank Grillo
Plot: A serial killer strikes from beyond the grave to torment seven children who share the same birthday as his alleged death. -- Chris Kavan
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Matthew Brady - wrote on 09/22/2014
A really bad horror movie with it's cliches.
myfaja - wrote on 08/21/2011
A horrible, horrible, HORRIBLE movie. I don't know what was going through Wes Craven's mind when he wrote this. I went into this movie, and halfway through I thought it was a spoof movie, like Scary movie or something. Becuase. honestly, this movie was hilarious! I was laughing my ass off the whole time watching this movie. I also saw this movie in 3D, WORST. 3D. EVER. Literally. This movie could not get one thing right. The story sounds like a half-assed ghost story your summer camp counselor would tell you. The dialogue is so bad that it's hilarious. And the acting makes me want to poke my eyes out with a fork. So if you have half a brain, you'll stay away from this movie and never look back.
Tasha - wrote on 04/12/2011
awful, awful, awful movie. And what sucked was it started off pretty decent, halfway through, it went downhill
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MovieAddict - wrote on 06/14/2012
Wes Craven returns with a the teen slasher film that tells the story of a mild mannered family man Abel Pankow (Raul Esparza) battling multiple psychotic personalities who realizes that one of his schizophrenic personalities is The Ripper who has been terrorizing the sleepy town of Riverton. His mysterious disappearance after an ambulance accident set tongues wagging and elevate his cult status into an urban legend that the evil soul of the Riverton Ripper had entered into the body of one of the seven babies who were born the night he supposedly died.
Flash forward sixteen years later and we find that the Riverton Ripper legend is a celebrated holiday amongst the young teens. When a murderer begins to hunt down and kill the 16 year old members, the obvious suspect is the disturbed …
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