Starring: Denise Richards, David Boreanaz and Marley Shelton
"...They'll need dental records
to identify you..."
Jeremy Melton was just a young nerdy kid in 1988 who wanted to dance with the popular girls. The lad, predictably, gets rejected from each girl he asked as he bravely passes through the It group, until he met a plump yet equally posh gal who took his advances in pity. But when they're caught making out by a group of bullies, she tore herself away from Jeremy and called him a pervert. Humiliated, beaten and thrown to a reform school for his "assault", Jeremy vows vengeance...
|Not the kind of "bow and arrow" you want|
in your heart
|Wrong place at the wrong time|
|One of the highlights of the film: The Powerdrill scene|
I wouldn't say it's a masterpiece, it's more of a flawed gem that attempted to be different. It's simplistic nature, however, got the better of the film so it's far from unwatchable. In fact, if you ever felt lonely in Valentines Day, I suggest you rent a copy of this film and just laugh the pain out. I'm sure you'll get your girl/guy/farm animal next time but until then, have a great Valentine.
1 female had her neck cut with a knife
1 female shot on the gut with bows
1 male bludgeoned to death with steam iron
1 male axed on the back
1 female found murdered
1 female thrown through shower window, dropped neck-first to a shard
1 female electrocuted in pool with a plugged power drill
1 male head found in a pond
1 female repeatedly shot