Urban Legend The Trilogy DVD
- Release Date:
- 4th October 2017
- Number of Discs:
- MA 15+
- Runtime (in minutes):
- Closed captions for the deaf and hard of hearing
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Urban legends...those contemporary macabre myths that have no traceable source yet can't be proven false.
Urban legends…those contemporary macabre myths that have no traceable source yet can’t be proven false, come to terrifying life in this hip and fast-paced horror film trilogy.
Urban Legend (1998)
Did you hear the urban legend about the killer who was calling from the inside of the house…or the maniac with an axe hiding in the backseat of a car? Somebody at Pendleton College has and they’re turning all of the most terrifying modern myths into reality! Directed by Jamie Blanks.
Special Features: Filmmaker’s Commentary and “Making-Of” Featurette
Urban Legends: Final Cut (2000)
When student filmmaker Amy Mayfield (Jennifer Morrison, Stir of Echos) decides that the subject of her thesis film will be urban legends, her crew begins to fall one-by-one in a series of fatal ‘accidents’. Suspicious, Amy investigates and makes the chilling discovery that someone is determined to win the award for best film, even if it means killing the competition. Now she must unmask the killer before she too becomes an urban legend.
Special Features: Director’s Commentary, Gag Reel, Deleted Scenes
Urban Legends: Bloody Mary (2005)
From director Mary Lambert (Pet Cemetery, The In Crowd), the terrifying Urban Legend trilogy comes full circle with Urban Legends: Bloody Mary. On a prom-night dare, a trio of high-school friends chant an incantation, unleashing an evil spirit from the past with deadly consequences. That same night, the girls are abducted by a gang of high-school jocks. Once rescued, their tormentors receive their just desserts, dying one by one in a chain reaction of gruesome murders, each with a bizzare “Urban Legend” twist. Is it all just a high -school prank taken to grisly extremes – or has “Bloody Mary” returned from the grave to wreak her own vengeance?
Special Feature: The Making of Urban Legends: Bloody Mary