Shriek If You Know What I Did Last Friday the 13th


2h 2000

Brief Synopsis

It's Friday the 13th and Halloween is on the same day in Bulemia Falls (the mayor is dyslexic), and all hell is breaking loose. "The Killer," disguised in a costume stolen from Spencer's Gifts, attempts to kill off all the popular kids at Bulemia Falls High School. Since the costume was stolen under

Film Details

Also Known As
I Know What You Screamed Last Friday 13th, Part Two - The Final Chapter aka Scareplane, I Know What You Screamed Last Semester, I Know What You Screamed Last Summer
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2000
Production Company
Cinema Catering; Lionsgate; Musco Mobile Lighting Inc; Near North Insurance Brokerage Of California Inc; Night Lights By Bebee Inc.; Rhino Films; SuperMusicVision; Usa Network
Distribution Company
Eagle Pictures; Trimark Home Video
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Synopsis

It's Friday the 13th and Halloween is on the same day in Bulemia Falls (the mayor is dyslexic), and all hell is breaking loose. "The Killer," disguised in a costume stolen from Spencer's Gifts, attempts to kill off all the popular kids at Bulemia Falls High School. Since the costume was stolen under his watch, mall cop Doughy appoints himself to the case. He is joined on the stakeout by Hagitha Utslay, a beautiful but conniving V-Jay from the music cable network Empty-V.

Doughy and Hagitha watch as five of the most beautiful and popular kids at the school ineptly try to avoid being butchered. Each of them has received a mysterious note "from the desk of The Killer," and each knows he or she could be next. Fortunately for all of them, the killer is just as inept as they are, and most of his intended victims end up dying before he can get to them anyway.

Crew

Yigal Adalo

Song ("Two Love" "Bobbin'")

Erik Anderson

Digital Effects Supervisor

Nick Anderson

Optical Assistant

Tony Anderson

Animation Operator

Kevin Anthony

2nd Assistant Director

Nicole Arbusto

Casting

Greg Archibeque

Swing

Les Arenson

Foley Artist

Les Arenson

Assistant Editor

Les Arenson

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Les Aronson

Rerecording Mixer

Les Aronson

Assistant Editor

Les Aronson

Foley Artist

J Ashton

Song ("Pretty In Pink")

Bryon Baalbergen

Swing

Sue Bailey

Screenwriter

Peter Bardazzi

Executive Producer (Cada)

David M. Barrett

Stunts

Yaniv Bashan

Set Dresser

Tyler Bates

Music

Tyler Bates

Song ("Echopiex" "I'D Die")

Doug Blake

Line Producer

Rick Bongiovanni

Special Effects Makeup

Andy Bopp

Song ("She'S Everything")

Harold Bronson

Executive Producer

Michael Bruce

Song ("School'S Out")

David Burns

Graphic Artist

R Butler

Song ("Pretty In Pink")

T Butler

Song ("Pretty In Pink")

Kevin Cadwallader

Electrician

Fernando Calhoun

Other

Pauline Campoverde

Assistant Editor

Nicole Capasso

Wardrobe Supervisor

Jennifer Caputo

Stunts

Maxim Carl

Foley Recordist

Maxim Carl

Adr Recordist

Steve Carmer

Dolly Grip

Jean Paul Carmichael

Technical Assistant

Tedd Cass

Assistant Production Coordinator

Greg Cervantes

Office Assistant

Mark Chadwick

Stunts

Dave Chertock

Dialogue Editor

Jean Robert Chery

Computer Graphics Artist

Katrina Chevalier

Key Hair

Cecilia Chien

Supervisor

Dan Clarke

Optical Assistant

Marcello Colacilli

Gaffer

Bill Collino

Grip

Kevin Compayre

Boom Operator

Alice Cooper

Song ("School'S Out")

Danny Cosica

Bestboy Grip

Sophia Crawford

Stunts

Adam Crocker

Additional Grip

John Davies

Supervising Sound Editor

John Davies

Sound Editor

Laurie Davies

Assistant Editor

Robert Davies

Assistant Editor

Frits De Jong

Additional Grip

Deborah De Prieto

Other

Michael Debeer

Computer Graphics Artist

Gary Devoe

Driver

Joseph Dewitt

Lead Cg Compositor

Sarah Diamond

Music Supervisor

Joy Dickson

Casting

Sharon C Dietz

Production Coordinator

Chris Dorn

Song ("Those Kids")

Patrick Duchesne

Other

Bruce Dwiggins

1st Assistant Director

Thomas T Eckelberry

Other

James L Eddy

Property Master

V Ely

Song ("Pretty In Pink")

Kai Ephron

Associate Producer

David Eubank

1st Assistant Camera

Craig Farkas

Assistant (To John Blanchard)

Wendy Finn

2nd Additional Assistant Camera

Larry Fioritto

Special Effects

George Fisher

Stunts

Richard Foos

Executive Producer

Christopher E Franey

Electrician

Christian C Froude

Assistant Production Accountant

Lucie Gamelon

Song Performer ("Let Me In (I Won'T Hurt You)")

Sean Gienn

Transportation Captain

Sandra Gimpel

Stunts

Todd Glick

Additional Props

David H. Goodman

Sound Facility Director

Harry Gradzhyan

Electrician

Brian Greer

Foley Recordist

Brian Greer

Adr Recordist

Heidi Grotsky

Key Makeup

Todd Gukelberger

Computer Graphics Artist

Tasha P Hardy

Set Production Assistant

Paula Heaphy

Computer Graphics Artist

Tim Henry

Stunts

Orlando Hernandez

Bestboy Electric

Colin Hudson

Steadicam Operator

Allison Hughes

Office Assistant

Tracy Ireland

Craft Service

Jesse James

Art Direction

Melissa Kelly

Other

John Jhora Ho Kim

Swing

Meil Kinkead

Additional Grip

Daniele Renee Koesterbaker

Additional Makeup

T J Kurstin

Office Assistant

Richard Labrie

Editor

Merrie Lawson

Costume Designer

David Levich

Grip

Kevin P Lewis

Swing

Scott Lockamy

On-Set Dresser

Alexia Loehde

Craft Service

Michael Lohmann

B-Camera 1st Assistant Camera

Patricia Ann Long

Production Supervisor

Beth Ann Lundin

Set Decorator

Jeff Mar

Dialogue Supervisor

Jeff Mar

Rerecording Mixer

Jeff Mar

Adr Supervisor

Glenn Mastright

Cast Driver

Robert Matthews

Additional Grip

Anthony T Mazzola

Driver

Brian F Mccabe

Production Designer

Jeff Mcdonald

Song ("It'S A Scream")

Will Mcgarry

Still Photography

Jan Mcwilliams

Script Supervisor

Brian Midkiff

Optical Camera

David Miller

Director Of Photography

Fritz Moler

Post-Production Assistant

R Morris

Song ("Pretty In Pink")

Joel Morrish

Associate Producer

Joe Nelms

Screenwriter

Stephen Nemeth

Producer

Gloria O'brien-fontenot

Stunts

Fred Oliva

Song ("Until U Crashed")

Richard Oliver

Electrician

Andrew Ooi

Producer

David Ortiz

Driver

Stefanie Owens

Other

Christian Owiggins

Set Production Assistant

Chris Palermo

Stunt Coordinator

Chris Palermo

Stunts

Steve Parker

Computer Graphics Artist

Jill Parry

Swing

Benjamin Patrick

Sound Mixer

Jason Pattan

Computer Graphics Artist

Randy Paul

Production Legal

Ray Paulson

Special Effects Technician

Eric Penne

Song ("All You Need")

Alen Petkovic

Additional Grip

Pamela Phillips

Key Makeup

Carole Pope

Song Performer

Carole Pope

Song

John Proctor

Transportation Coordinator

S Ramin

Song ("Patty Duke Theme")

Dean Ramser

Other

Kosta Rigopoulos

Grip

David Robin

Foley Editor

Stephen P Robinson

Sound Designer

Stephen P Robinson

Sound Effects Editor

Ian Roof

Location Manager

Corey Rosen

Visual Effects Supervisor

Aaron Rubin

Song ("Two Love" "Bobbin'")

Bob Ruthledge

Foley Artist

David Sammons

Steadicam 1st Assistant

Danielle Sanchez-witzel

Assistant (To Stephen Nemeth)

Ben Scissors

Set Production Assistant

Jandy Sexton

Grip

Robert Shaw

Executive Producer

Anthony Silva

Assistant Editor

Cara Singleton

B-Camera 2nd Assistant Camera

Clancy Smith

Computer Graphics Artist

Andie Sowards

Assistant Property Master

Emily Speigleman

Post-Production Assistant

Dave Sprecher

Song ("Last Summer")

Edward Steidele

Foley Artist

Nick Sternberg

Swing

Katharine Swartz

On-Set Costumer

Blair Tafkin

Song ("Let Me In (I Won'T Hurt You)")

Philip Tan

Assistant Stunt Coordinator

Scott Taylor

Song ("Until U Crashed")

Tim Turner

Production Accountant

Cherry Twister

Song Performer ("I'M Gonnabe The Lonely Boy Tonight")

Jason Untersee

Additional Grip

Debby Van Poucke

Supervising Sound Editor

Steve Ward

Song ("I'M Gonnabe The Lonely Boy Tonight")

R Wells

Song ("Patty Duke Theme")

Jim Welsh

Special Effects Technician

Jonathan Wiener

Electrician

Chris Wiggins

2nd Assistant Camera

David H Winner

Key Grip

Andy Wombwell

Music Supervisor

Jason Zakrzewski

Other

Film Details

Also Known As
I Know What You Screamed Last Friday 13th, Part Two - The Final Chapter aka Scareplane, I Know What You Screamed Last Semester, I Know What You Screamed Last Summer
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2000
Production Company
Cinema Catering; Lionsgate; Musco Mobile Lighting Inc; Near North Insurance Brokerage Of California Inc; Night Lights By Bebee Inc.; Rhino Films; SuperMusicVision; Usa Network
Distribution Company
Eagle Pictures; Trimark Home Video
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Fall October 17, 2000

Released in United States October 17, 2000

Released in United States on Video February 27, 2001

Budget source: Hollywood Reporter 05/10/1999

Estimated budget: $3,000,000 - $5,000,000

Began shooting April 17, 1999.

Completed shooting May 18, 1999.

Released in United States on Video February 27, 2001

Released in United States Fall October 17, 2000

Released in United States October 17, 2000