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|Carmen Electra||Drew Decker|
|Dave Sheridan||The Killer|
|Frank B. Moore||Not Drew`s Boyfriend|
|Mark McConchie||Drew's Dad|
|Karen Kruper||Drew's Mom|
|Anna Faris||Cindy Campbell|
|Jon Abrahams||Bobby Prinze|
|Rick Ducommun||Cindy's Dad|
|Regina Hall||Brenda Meeks|
|Marlon Wayans||Shorty Meeks|
|Shannon Elizabeth||Buffy Gilmore|
|Dave Sheridan||Doofy Gilmore|
|Cheri Oteri||Gail Hailstorm|
|Keenen Ivory Wayans||Slave|
|Lochlyn Munro||Greg Phillippe|
|Shawn Wayans||Ray Wilkins|
|Francis Kenny||Additional Camera|
|Robb Wilson King||Set Designer|
|Keenen Ivory Wayans||Director|
|Eric L. Gold||Producer|
|Lawrence F. Pevec||Art Direction|
|Louise Roper||Set Decoration|
|Darryle Johnson||Costume Design|
|Lee R. Mayes||Producer|
|Keenen Ivory Wayans||Production|
"No mercy. No shame. No sequel."
"A killer comedy."
An 18 year old girl named Drew Decker (Carmen Electra) receives a threatening phone call while home alone one night. Drew is chased outside by Ghostface, who wounds her with a stab to the breast that removes her implant. She is hit by a car driven by her father who was distracted by oral sex from his wife, then killed by Ghostface.
The next day, Cindy Campbell (Anna Faris) meets up with her boyfriend Bobby Prinze (Jon Abrahams) and her friends, Brenda Meeks (Regina Hall), Ray Wilkins (Shawn Wayans), Greg Phillipe (Lochlyn Munro), and Buffy Gilmore (Shannon Elizabeth). Various news teams, including hack reporter Gail Hailstorm (Cheri Oteri), converge on the school in the wake of Drew's death. Gail hooks up with Buffy's mentally disabled brother "Special Officer" Doofy (Dave Sheridan) hoping to milk the facts out of him. One day while Cindy is in class, she is left a note indicating knowledge about an incident exactly one year prior, in which she and her friends accidentally killed a man during a wild car ride (although he survived and then got knocked out in various ways, until he finally dies when they slam him in the van) and threw him into the pier after robbing him. The next day a series of increasingly bizarre events take place. Various members of the group receive threatening notes from Ghostface and are rapidly dispatched. The killer murders Greg, Buffy and Brenda and begins to hunt the others down.
Cindy throws a house party, hoping for safety in numbers. During the party, a drunk Cindy finally lets Bobby have sex with her; no longer making Cindy a virgin. Ghostface unexpectedly appears and stabs Bobby, before disappearing quickly. Cindy gets a gun from a drawer near the entrance, Bobby follows and she tends to his wounds. Shorty (Marlon Wayans), Brenda's stoner brother, comes up from the basement, (where Ghostface had been smoking with him and his friends) and informs them that the killer has murdered everybody in the house. Bobby takes the gun and shoots Shorty, revealing that his wound was an elaborate ruse. Ray arrives on the scene, and they announce their plan to kill her father and frame her sister. Ray and Bobby also plan to make themselves look like heroes by giving each other stab wounds to indicate they fought back. But, Ray stabs Bobby repeatedly and accidentally kills him, while making a tirade about his favorite show, The Wayans Bros., being cancelled. However, the real Ghostface abruptly arrives and attacks Cindy after stabbing Ray to death, but she successfully subdues him by employing moves copied from The Matrix and kicks him through a window. Nonetheless, Ghostface vanishes before the police arrive.
At the police station, Cindy and the local sheriff (Kurt Fuller) realize that Doofy, the only one who knew about the car accident, was actually faking his disability and is the true killer. Unfortunately, Doofy has already escaped with Gail Hailstorm. Upon finding his discarded disguise in the street, Cindy begins screaming, only to be hit by a car.
Theatrical : 2000-07-07 : United States of America
DVD : 2000-12-12