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Cry_Wolf (Unrated)

Cry_Wolf (Unrated)
Cry_Wolf (Unrated)
Cry_Wolf (Unrated)
  • NR
  • 1h 30m
  • 2005
Rotten23%
Common Sense Media Iconage 13+
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In this Unrated version of the terrifying thriller, a group of students at a prestigious prep school spreads a hoax email about a serial killer, and starts a game of terror and deception with three rules: avoid suspicion, lie to your friends, and eliminate your enemies. But what starts as a joke soon turns deadly and they find themselves victims of their own game. Includes footage too chilling for theaters!
© 2005 Rogue Pictures. All Rights Reserved.

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Rotten23%
Critics Consensus: Dull and derivative, Cry_Wolf is a subpar slasher that even ardent fans of the genre may find difficult to enjoy.
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Common Sense Media

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Common Sense Says
Unoriginal teen horror has elitism, language, violence.

What Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know that Cry Wolf is a horror movie with moderate violence, language, and sex references. The arrival of British student Owen (Julian Morris) to an elite U.S. boarding school coincides with Dodger (Lindy Booth) and the other students concocting a story about a campus serial killer. The movie's characters are too cynical and deceptive for the movie to carry any positive messages, although there are some moments of honesty and vulnerability between Owen and Dodger. Although central to the plot, violence is infrequent and not super graphic. There are deaths by stabbing and shooting with some blood, but it is not prolonged or gory. Sex isn't graphic, either, although it is referenced and joked about. Kissing is shown, including between a teacher and student. Language includes female characters being referred to as "bitch," and a lesbian couple being called "dykes." There is some underage drinking of beer at parties, but not to excess, while drug possession is also referenced but not shown. Set in an exclusive school, the characters are mostly affluent and enjoy the benefits of a privileged education.

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Additional Info

  • Genre:Horror, Thriller
  • Release Date:December 20, 2005
  • Languages:English
  • Captions:English
  • Audio Format:
    Stereo
  • Screen Pass Eligible:Yes
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