R | | Horror
A group of teens entertain themselves by telling an anthology of famous urban legends with a modern twist; including make-out-point, monsters, psychopaths, and ghosts.
Christopher Masterson was the only actor in the wraparound segment that was actually in his teens when it was filmed, being 6 years younger than Jay R. Ferguson and Kim Murphy , and 9 years younger than Christine Taylor.
Cliff (segment "The Campfire"):
So you got hair on your balls yet?
Eric (segment "The Campfire"): You're so immature.
Cliff (segment "The Campfire"): I guess that means no.
In the "People Can Lick Too" Segement, there is a scene near the beginning where the older sister hands the younger sister some money and says "I'm going out tonight, don't tell anybody" At the point where she begins to say "don't tell anybody", the audio\visual becomes mismatched, as her mouth is clearly saying something other than "don't tell anybody"
The copyright date in the credits represents neither when the movie was filmed nor when it was first released.
There is a subtitled Swedish DVD release of the film that features a slightly different soundtrack compared to New Line's 2005 American DVD reissue. For example, the musical cue that plays when Eddie discovers the Hook attached to his car reappears in the post-credits scene, whereas in the New Line DVD it does not.