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|Murder at Devil's Glen|
Actors: Rick Schroder, Jack Noseworthy, Michael Easton, Jayce Bartok, Tara Reid
Director: Paul Shapiro
Genres: Drama, Television, Mystery & Suspense
Golden Globe Award winner Rick Schroder stars as one of four fraternity brothers who were warned that one day their pranks would go too far. One night, they do, and now, years later, the friends must decide what lengths th... more »
Surprisingly gripping for a TV movie.
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Murder at Devil's Glen is a very well done, and gripping movie. Rick Schoeder plays one of 4 former college frat brothers who play a practical joke that goes horribly awry. A young Tara Reid plays the girl whom the joke is based around and plays her part very well. Although it was a made for TV movie, it's not the typical, predictable fare. Rick's performance is excellent, bordering on slightly creepy, a far different role, than most viewers would be used to. A surprisingly good movie."
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Rick Schroeder does a fantastic job of playing the "bad guy" in this film. He is one of four fraternity brothers who go out one night and decide to play a practical joke on some frat brothers with a girl they picked up in a restaurant named Kelly (Tara Reid). They steal a car, head for the beach later on in the night, one thing leads to another, and Kelly ends up getting killed. Not knowing what to do, they panic and decide to bury the body. Eight years later, they find out that a construction company is going to be breaking ground on the exact spot where they buried Kelly, and they must get together after all these years, dig her up, and move her body to yet another hole in the ground. There is nothing predictable about this movie, and it ends in a downright shocking way. It is a must see!"
Very creepy - excellent film
K. O'riordan | 04/24/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Saw this film on tv the other night. Was surprised at how good it was. Kept me gripped to the screen. Excellent plot twists and an excellent performance by Rick Schroder"