When Leslie is applying his make-up while being interviewed about his target, the song playing in the background is the same as that heard at the end of The Shining (1980), where Jack Torrence (Jack Nicholson) appears in the photo: ''Midnight, The Stars, and You",' sung by Al Bowlly with the Ray Noble Orchestra, 1934. See more »
The opening credits state "Introducing Nathan Baesel" but he has 3 previous television credits including a major role in the miniseries "Invasion" (2005-2006). See more »
Bound To Crash
Written by Venice Maki
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A diamond in the rough
I must say this film was great. I'm not typically one to watch movies that are both Comedy and Horror. But this was definitely a standout film in the Comedy Horror genre. I would recommend Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon to horror film buffs especially. Being a horror movie buff myself, I found that this flick really put the classic slasher films to good use. They formed a sort of method to the slasher's madness and I have to say I loved that. I also appreciated the slight twist at the ending. I would love to see another film like this to be created. It is definitely worth the watch. Although if you are prone to motion sickness, it may be triggered by the moments where a hand-held camera is used. Other than that, I highly recommend the movie!
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