Rating: R (adult situations/language, nudity, sex, violence)
Directed By: Jeremy Haft
Written By: Jeffrey Reddick
In Theaters: Feb 3, 2006 Wide
On Disc/Streaming: May 9, 2006
Runtime: 98 minutes
Studio: Lions Gate Films
An unpopular high-school girl dies at the hands of her classmates when a cruel prank spins out of control, only to return from the land of the dead to seek revenge as a sexy seductress in this frightful feature from Final Destination screenwriter Jeffrey Reddick. Tamara was a quiet girl, and the cruelty of her classmates was relentless. As their disdain for their mousy classmate reaches a fever pitch, Tamara’s sadistic classmates carry out a vicious practical joke that inadvertently results in the young outcast meeting her doom. Tamara isn’t the kind to stay down forever though, and when the once-homely girl returns from beyond the grave with a killer new look and a body to die for, that’s exactly what her tormentors are about to do.
Bill Natolly: I’m sorry if I misled you.
Tamara Riley: Did you?
Bill Natolly: [pause] I didn’t…
Tamara Riley: Look at me Mr. Natoli.
Bill Natolly: [pause] Look it was a…
Tamara Riley: Look at me.
Tamara Riley: It’s getting wet.
Bill Natolly: What?
Tamara Riley: The table…
Tamara Riley: [answers the phone] Sorry, Sean can’t come to the phone right now, he’s fucking Patrick.
Tamara Riley: [upon realizing that Chloe was innocent of betrayal] My God… what have I done?
[referring to the kids who tormented her]
Tamara Riley: I’ve become one of them!