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Shriek If You Know What I Did Last Friday The 13th


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Empty-Vís Investigative Reporter Hagitha Utslay (Tiffani-Amber Thiessen) reports live from Bulemia Falls High School, the sight of the stationís hot new show "Spring Break Massacre." The school has been plagued with a rash of student murders and its principal, the "administrator formerly known as Prince" (Coolio) is taking no more chances. He has brought in local detective/mall security guard Doughy Primessuspeckt (Tom Arnold) to prevent any more murders from happening, but even Doughy fears at least one more kid will take an ax to the head.

Sound Familiar?

Rhino Films is proud to present "I Know What You Screamed Last Summer", a film by John Blanchard starring Tom Arnold, Tiffani-Amber Thiessen, Coolio, Harley Cross, Majandro Delfino, Simon Rex, Julie Benz and Danny Strong, with cameos by Shirley Jones, Mink Stole, Jimmy "JJ" Walker and Rose Marie. The film is produced by Stephen Nemeth and Andrew Ooi. The line-producer is Douglas Blake. It is written by Joe Nelms and Sue Bailey.

Directed by MAD TV and SCTVís John Blanchard, "I Know What You Screamed Last Summer" is a comedic spoof that pays deference to the teen driven television shows and horror films so popular with todayís youth obsessed today.

The genesis for the film came about after producer Stephen Nemeth read a column about the spate of teen horror films being produced in Hollywood. "I realized this film was a natural for us," said Nemeth, who also serves as Rhino Pictures President. "At Rhino, we are trying to become as synonymous with motion picture spoofs as National Lampoon was with comedies in the 70ís and 80ís. After making ĎPlump Fiction,í I was looking for another spoof, I read the article, and bingo an idea was born."

Nemethís first call was to writing partners Joe Nelms and Sue Bailey. Within three weeks of collaboration, the first draft of the script was penned, and the concept started to become a reality.