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Urban Legend

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A constant terror occurs at the University in a mysterious way because of the many murders that occur. The story began when Michelle was killed by a person hiding in a student car called Natalie. Natalie noted these controversial processes, a strange pattern of continuous homicide in the university, especially when her boyfriend is choked in the room to death. It turns the university into a constant terror among students because of an unknown mysterious killer. In the end, Natalie was able to find the killer and stop the bloodshed at the university, which looked like a real massacre.
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Can we please declare a moratorium on Scream rip-offs?
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it's just the old-fashioned, yikes-this-stinks variety.
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The concept is sound, but it's gruesomely marred in the execution.
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Like Frankenstein's monster before the lightning strikes, it's all recycled cold flesh and bolts, without a twitch of originality.
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It's surely not the worst slasher film ever made, but it wastes the hint of creativity it promises from the outset.
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A proud product of the Scream cookie-cutter!
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