R | | Comedy
Four teens are tricked by their professor into visiting a haunted house for a school project.
At one point, former President Bill Clinton, who had just left office the year the film came out (2001), was considered for the James Woods part.
Ahh, watch, my fanny's coming through... watch it, make room for fanny...
(at around 51 mins) During the skeleton chase, the "KILL HER" sign on Cindy's back disappears instantly when she runs into Shorty.
During the end credits, snapshots of behind the scenes of the film are shown next to the names.
In an alternate scene, Cindy and Buddy are trapped in a room with a ghost. Cindy says if they break open a bunch of pouches of blood all over the floor, they can see the ghost's footprints, so they proceed to do it. After they have broken them all, a huge puddle of blood is on the floor. A phone by Cindy rings, and she answers it, to which a doctor on the other line says: "I'm looking for blood that was being stored at your location for me by Dwight Hartman, it's for a boy who is in desperate need of a blood transfusion. It cuts to the doctor in the room with two grieving parents who are with their son, played by Beetlejuice, saying "I'm just a little boy! I just can't help it...I'm dying!" Cindy replies: "Dwight Hartman no live here!" And hangs up.
$20,503,356 (USA) (8 July 2001)
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