Cherry Falls
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A serial killer with a difference is on the prowl in a small Virginia town in this darkly comic horror story. Brent Marken (Michael Biehn) is the sheriff of the city of Cherry Falls, a quiet community that suddenly has a big-city problem to contend with when Marken discovers a murderer is on the loose. The killer is targeting teenage girls who attend the local high school -- and his victims are all virgins. This causes no small amount of anxiety for Brent's teenage daughter Jody (Brittany Murphy), who is not as ready for intimacy as her boyfriend Kenny (Gabriel Mann). Brent has personal… More
Rotten Tomatoes Score: 46%

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"A clever idea done with grimy flair. But not for horror movie virgins."
‑ Blake Davis, KFOR Channel 4 News
"Cherry Falls sticks to the tried and true formula, bringing to mind words like adequate or functional."
‑ Jeremiah Kipp,
"The disappointment is in an ultimately anaemic feel."
‑ Mark Dinning, Empire Magazine
"It aspires to be another Heathers or Rivers Edge, but doesn't make it."
‑ Chris Parcellin, Film Threat
"Written for people who prefer their sex and violence with a side order of intelligence."
‑ Cheryl DeWolfe, Apollo Guide
"Stylish, suspenseful, and unusually intelligent for a genre movie, Cherry Falls is an excellent example of how to make a horror movie right."
‑ Dustin Putman,
"The slasher movie where it PAYS to be promiscuous!"
‑ Scott Weinberg,
"It becomes a balance between gory and very silly."
‑ William Gallagher, BBC
"A stylish and forthright slasher pic that knows what it wants, knows how to get it, and gets us hooting in the aisles like the bloodthirsty fiends we really are."
‑ Ian Waldron-Mantgani, UK Critic
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