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Final Stab

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Final Stab

Final Stab
Directed by David DeCoteau
Produced by David DeCoteau
Gary Barkin
Marla Grossman
Joseph Rice
(executive producers)
Michael C. Cuddy
(line producer)
Written by David DeCoteau
Matthew Jason Walsh
Starring Jamie Gannon
Melissa ReneƩ Martin
Erinn Hayes (as Erinn Carter)
Laila Reece Landon
Bradley Stryker
Chris Boyd
Forrest Cochran
Michael Lutz
Brannon Gould
Donnie Eichar
Scott Hudson
Britt Soderberg
Distributed by e-m-s the DVD-Company
81 min.
Language English

Final Stab is a horror film directed by David DeCoteau, released in 2001. In the UK, it is known as Final Scream.

Plot summary

A murder mystery weekend. It's the perfect time for the perfect crime. At a secluded estate, a group of college friends are getting together for a weekend of fun and games. Killer, victim, or innocent bystander, they all have their part to play. But when the blood turns out to be real and people start disappearing, everyone quickly realizes that the only way out of this killer game is to be the last one left alive.

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