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Kristy
Directed byOliver Blackburn
Written byAnthony Jaswinski
Produced by
  • Corey Sienega
  • Lynette Howell
Starring
CinematographyCrille Forsberg
Edited byJeff Betancourt
Music byFrançois Eudes
  • David Kirschner Productions
  • La Sienega Productions
Distributed byThe Weinstein Company
  • August 7, 2014 (Germany)
86 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
Budget$6.9 million
Box office$260,371[1]
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Kristy is a 2014 American horror thriller film directed by Oliver Blackburn and starring Haley Bennett and Ashley Greene. The plot follows a college student who stays on campus alone over Thanksgiving break and finds herself terrorized by a cult of ritual killers. The film premiered on October 14, 2014, at the London Film Festival and also had. Nicknames for Kristy. Kiki Kricket Kris. Meanings and history of the name Kristy. Spelt KRISTY is the Scottish version of the Italian name Christiana, (the male equivalent being Christian), meaning female follower of Christ. Famous real-life people named Kristy. Kristy Swanson, actress Kristy McNichol, actress. Kristy in song, story & screen.

Kristy is a 2014 American horrorthriller film directed by Oliver Blackburn and starring Haley Bennett and Ashley Greene. The plot follows a college student who stays on campus alone over Thanksgiving break and finds herself terrorized by a cult of ritual killers. The film premiered on October 14, 2014, at the London Film Festival and also had theatrical releases internationally. In the United States, the film debuted on Lifetime on October 17, 2015, and was released on Netflix on November 5, 2015.

Plot[edit]

A hooded figure photographs a young woman's corpse in an empty field, followed by a montage of Internet screenshots and videos of women being killed in ritual murders by a cybercult. Footage of the murders is uploaded on an anonymous underground website where members are encouraged to 'kill Kristy', a name of Latin origin meaning 'follower of God'.

College student Justine is attending a private university in the Northeastern United States on financial aid, and is unable to afford to fly home for Thanksgiving. Her boyfriend Aaron and roommate Nicole both leave for the break, leaving Justine to spend the holiday in solitude on a nearly empty campus, aside from security guard Wayne, front gate worker Dave, and groundskeeper Scott.

On Thanksgiving night, Justine uses Nicole's BMW to drive to a nearby convenience store. Inside the store, a hooded girl, Violet, compliments the car and later asks for a student discount on sunglasses at the counter. Justine offers to pay for them, but the girl refuses and calls her 'Kristy'. That night, Justine finds that someone has accessed her laptop, as a snuff film plays on the screen. Violet appears in the room with a boxcutter, and Justine flees. Outside, Wayne is murdered in front of her by a masked man and she finds Dave killed in his vehicle.

The four cult killers assemble, and Violet begins recording Justine, telling her that they will hunt her and that she should 'run to God'. Justine flees to Scott's house for help. However, the killers murder his dog and hang him from a swing set in the yard. Justine attempts to call 9-1-1 from Scott's cell, but the gang has hacked it. They begin sending her video clips of herself and menacing text messages. Justine attempts to hide but is chased to the roof and cornered. She leaps from the roof but falling through the branches of a tree help break her fall.

Aaron arrives and is also killed. Justine uses Aaron's car to pin one of the cult members against a wall and crush him to death. She hides in the gym's swimming pool, stabbing a second member with her car keys and drowning him. Soon after, she beats a third to death with a baseball bat. She reads a text on the dead member's phone; it is from Violet asking if he has 'killed Kristy yet'. Justine responds 'yes' and finds photos of the cult's other victims, with their declaration to kill the 'Kristys' of the world: pure, beautiful, and privileged women who they believe follow God.

Justine uses pool chemicals to create a flammable powder. She dresses herself in the dead man's mask and jacket, and approaches the car where Violet is. Justine informs Violet that the others are dead, and when Violet comes toward her, Justine douses her with the flammable powder, burning Violet alive. Justine photographs Violet's corpse with the cellphone and uploads it to the website. A montage at the end reveals that a series of similar cult murders have occurred in other states and cities but with Justine's testimony and access to the phone, many of the cult's members have been arrested. A post-credits scene shows a young woman being attacked by another cult killer outside her home, but the attacker is stopped by another masked individual.

Cast[edit]

  • Haley Bennett as Justine
  • Ashley Greene as Violet
  • Lucas Till as Aaron
  • Chris Coy as Blue Hoodie
  • Mike Seal as Black Hoodie
  • Lucius Falick as Grey Hoodie
  • Erica Ash as Nicole
  • James Ransone as Scott
  • Matthew St. Patrick as Wayne
  • Al Vicente as Dave

Production[edit]

In April 2009, the spec script, written by Tony Jaswinski, was purchased by Dimension Films,[2][3][4][5] In February 2012, it was announced that Gary Fleder would direct the film, with Scott Rosenberg contributing rewrites to Jaswinski's Screenplay, hoping to get Emma Watson in the lead role, while, David Kirschner will produce through his David Kirschner Productions.[6] In June 2012, it was revealed that Olly Blackburn had taken over as director, Corey Sienga and Matthew Stein joined as producers and executive producers respectively.[7] In October 2012, Haley Bennett joined the cast of the film.[8][9][10] At the American Film Market the film was retitled Satanic.[11] In November 2012, Ashley Greene and Lucas Till joined the cast of the film.[12][13] In February 2013, it was re-titled to Random.[14]

Principal photography took place in New Orleans. Many scenes were filmed at Tulane University and Tad Gormley Stadium.

Release[edit]

In February 2013, Entertainment Weekly released the first image of Ashley Greene in the film.[15] The film was first released in Germany on August 7, 2014.[16] It also screened at the London Film Festival on October 14, 2014.[17] In August 2014, it was revealed the film was being re-edited for a US theatrical release.[18] It premiered on Lifetime on October 17, 2015.[19] It was released on Netflix on November 5, 2015.[20][21]

Reception[edit]

Are you smart enough to work at google? pdf free download. The film received mixed reviews. The familiar story, uninspired script and poor direction were criticised but Bennett was praised for her performance.[22][23][24]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^'Kristy (2014)'. Box Office Mojo. Retrieved January 15, 2020.
  2. ^Barton, Steve (April 22, 2009). 'Dimension Scores with Kristy'. www.dreadcentral.com. Retrieved January 28, 2021.
  3. ^'Dimension Films Acquires Kristy'. www.comingsoon.net. April 22, 2009. Retrieved January 28, 2021.
  4. ^'Dimension acquires 'Kristy''. www.variety.com. Archived from the original on May 1, 2009. Retrieved January 28, 2021.
  5. ^'Dimension Films Picks Up Kristy'. www.movieweb.com. April 22, 2009. Retrieved January 28, 2021.
  6. ^Miska, Brad (February 7, 2016). 'Dimension Plans Thanksgiving Horror 'Kristy' With 'Harry Potter' Starlette'. Bloody-Disgusting.com. Retrieved April 18, 2016.
  7. ^Miska, Brad (June 28, 2012). 'New Director For Dimension's 'Strangers'-esque Slasher 'Kristy''. Bloody-Disgusting. Retrieved April 18, 2016.
  8. ^Kroll, Justin (October 29, 2012). 'Haley Bennett books thriller 'Kristy''. Variety. Retrieved April 18, 2016.
  9. ^Miska, Brad (October 29, 2012). 'Holy Crap, Dimension's Slasher 'Kristy' Finally Happening?!'. Bloody-Disgusting.com. Retrieved January 28, 2021.
  10. ^Wavish, Matt (October 31, 2012). 'Rosemary's Baby type thriller, 'Kristy', moving ahead with Haley Bennett as the lead actress'. www.horrorcultfilms.co.uk. Retrieved January 28, 2021.
  11. ^Miska, Brad (November 1, 2012). '[AFM '12] Dimension's 'Kristy' Being Sold As 'Satanic''. Bloody-Disgusting.com. Retrieved April 18, 2016.
  12. ^Foreman, Liza (November 8, 2012). ''Twilight' Star Ashley Greene Eyed for TWC's 'Kristy/Satanic' Horror Film (Exclusive)'. The Wrap. Retrieved April 18, 2016.
  13. ^McNary, Dave (November 19, 2012). 'Lucas Till is going with 'Kristy''. Variety. Retrieved April 18, 2016.
  14. ^Dicknson, Evan (February 14, 2013). 'Ashley Greene Looks Beastly In Movie With 'Random' Title Change'. Bloody-Disgusting.com. Retrieved April 18, 2016.
  15. ^Woods, Kevin (February 15, 2013). 'First pic of Satanic Ashley Greene from Random'. JoBlo.com. Retrieved April 18, 2016.
  16. ^Moore, Debi (August 7, 2014). 'Kristy Slashes Her Way to German Blu-ray and DVD'. Dread Central. Retrieved April 18, 2016.
  17. ^'Kristy'. British Film Institute. Retrieved April 18, 2016.
  18. ^Miska, Brad (August 14, 2014). '[Review] Reader's Thoughts On 'Kristy,' Dimension's Thanksgiving Slasher'. Retrieved April 18, 2016.
  19. ^Reyes, Traciy (October 16, 2015). ''Kristy': Halloween College Campus Slasher Movie Comes To 'Lifetime' Starring Ashley Greene And Haley Bennett'. Inquisitr. Retrieved March 22, 2016.
  20. ^Hanley, Ken W. (November 11, 2015). 'Stream to Scream: 'KRISTY''. Fangoria. Retrieved March 22, 2016.
  21. ^Miska, Brad (November 5, 2015). ''Kristy,' Dimension's Thanksgiving Slasher, is Now On Netflix Instant!'. Bloody Disgusting. Retrieved March 22, 2016.
  22. ^Cult round-up London Film Festival 2014 round-up Sight & Sound BFI
  23. ^https://horrornews.net/89651/film-review-kristy-2014/
  24. ^http://horror-movie-a-day.blogspot.com/2015/11/kristy.html

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Kristen Noel Swanson is an American actress. She is best recognized for having played Buffy Summers in the 1992 film Buffy the Vampire Slayer and appeared in the 1996 film The Phantom.[1]

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Her first starring role was in Wes Craven's horror film Deadly Friend (1986), followed by her portrayal of Catherine 'Cathy' Dollanganger in the film adaptation of V. C. Andrews's Flowers in the Attic (1987). Swanson also starred in several films, including Hot Shots! (1991), The Program (1993), The Chase (1994), 8 Heads in a Duffel Bag (1997), Big Daddy (1999), and Dude, Where's My Car? (2000), and appeared in Pretty in Pink (1986) and Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986).

Early life[edit]

Swanson was born and raised in Mission Viejo, California.[2] At the age of nine, she expressed interest in acting to her parents, and began pursuing roles in television commercials. She landed her first job appearing in a doll house commercial, which was followed with several more commercial appearances.[2]

Career[edit]

Swanson began her acting career at The Actors Workshop with R. J. Adams and promptly moved into TV advertising roles and several one-off appearances in TV series such as Cagney and Lacey and Alfred Hitchcock Presents. In 1986, she debuted on the big screen in two John Hughes films: Pretty In Pink, in a non-speaking cameo, and Ferris Bueller's Day Off as a character who announces a convoluted excuse for Ferris' absence in class. Her first starring role was later in 1986, in Wes Craven's Deadly Friend as Samantha – 'the girl next door.' The next year she played Cathy in the adaptation of V. C. Andrews' best-seller, Flowers in the Attic.

Swanson described how she was cast in Pretty in Pink: '[Writer] John Hughes said, 'We're re-shooting the end of Pretty in Pink. I was wondering if you would come be in this scene with our main character, Ducky, because the way we tested it in the movie theater, it didn't work. We need him to end up with somebody else at the end of the movie. So would you play the part?'[3]

By 1990, Swanson had made many television appearances, including multiple appearances in Knots Landing (1987–1988), Nightingales (1989), her first starring role in a TV series, although it only lasted a season, and a short-lived Burt Reynolds television series called B.L. Stryker (1989).

Throughout the 1990s, she starred mostly in films. She played the title role in the 1992 movie Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Although not a hit at the box office originally, it had a profitable rental life. She appeared in both starring and supporting roles in movies such as Hot Shots!, The Program, The Chase, or her most critically acclaimed role, playing Kristen Connor, a student discovering her sexuality, in John Singleton's Higher Learning. She also appeared in the film adaptation of the comic-book The Phantom and the dark comedy 8 Heads in a Duffel Bag with Joe Pesci. Most of these films failed at the box office and she reverted to TV work in the late 1990s.[citation needed]

In the 1998–99 season of Early Edition, Swanson played Erica Paget, a love interest of the main character, Gary Hobson. In 1999, Swanson played Vanessa, the ex-girlfriend of Adam Sandler in the movie Big Daddy. In 2000, she returned to a television series, as the star of Grapevine, a revamp of a 1992 TV series that was canceled after five episodes. The same year, she starred in the successful movie Dude, Where's My Car?, alongside Ashton Kutcher, Seann William Scott and Jennifer Garner.

Swanson posed nude for Playboy magazine in November 2002 in a cover-featured pictorial. She appeared in and won the 2006 Fox television program Skating with Celebrities, partnered with Lloyd Eisler.

On May 8, 2007, Swanson appeared in the Law & Order: Criminal Intent episode 'Bombshell,' playing a fictionalized variation on Anna Nicole Smith.

In 2007, she became a spokesperson of the Medifast diet. In the following year, she guest-starred in three episodes of the lesbian web series 3Way.

In July 2009, she filmed What If.., co-starring Kevin Sorbo and Debby Ryan, released on August 20, 2010. It was her first theatrical film in 10 years.

Swanson made a cameo appearance in the 'Don't You Forget About Me' episode of One Tree Hill, which aired on February 1, 2010. The episode was a homage to John Hughes as Swanson appeared in two films produced by him in the 1980s.

In 2018, she was cast in the lead role in Hallmark Channel original movie Winter's Dream along with other TV projects. She also appeared in a Hallmark Christmas movie called A Christmas Wish (2011).

In May 2021 Swanson announced a scheduled release date of 15 June for the Jennifer Nichole Lee and Paul Schneider collaboration, Just Another Dream. She co-stars with long-time friend Dean Cain.

Personal life[edit]

Swanson married her Skating with Celebrities partner Lloyd Eisler in 2009. They have one son.[4]

Swanson is a Republican.[5] Swanson said that she and fellow actor Dean Cain received death threats for taking part in Obamagate, a stage play that focused on Donald Trump, due to their support of Trump.[6]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

YearTitleRoleNotes
1986Mr. BoogedyJennifer DavisDisney TV film and Pilot
1986Pretty in PinkDuckette
1986Ferris Bueller's Day OffSimone Adamson
1986Deadly FriendSamantha Pringle
1987Flowers in the AtticCatherine 'Cathy' Dollanganger
1990Dream TrapSue Halloran
1990Diving InTerry Hopkins
1991Mannequin Two: On the MoveJessie
1991Hot Shots!Kowalski
1991Highway to HellRachel Clark
1992Buffy the Vampire SlayerBuffy Summers
1993The ProgramCamille Shafer
1994The ChaseNatalie Voss
1994Getting InKirby Watts
1995Higher LearningKristen Connor
1995The Chili Con Carne ClubJulieShort film
1996The PhantomDiana Palmer
19978 Heads in a Duffel BagLaurie Bennett
1997Lover GirlDarlene Ferrari / 'Sherry'
1997TinseltownNikki Randall
1998Ground ControlJulie Albrecht
1999Big DaddyVanessa
2000Meeting DaddyLaurel Lee
2000Dude, Where's My Car?Christie Boner
2001Soul AssassinTessa Jansen
2003SilenceDr. Julia Craig
2005Bound by LiesLaura CrossVideo
2005Six Months LaterLindaShort film
2006Living DeathElizabeth HarrisVideo
2009The CloserKaitlynShort film
2010What If..Wendy Walker
2011Chick MagnetKristyVideo
2012Little Women, Big CarsRocky
2013The BouquetTerri Benton
2013Storm RiderJody PetersonVideo
2014Beethoven's Treasure TailAnne ParkerVideo
2014A Belle For ChristmasDaniella DownyVideo
2015Angels in the SnowJudith MontgomeryVideo
2017A Parent's Worst NightmareKathrinTelevision film
2017A Mother's SacrificeJoanna
2017Crowning Jules[7]Victoria

Television[edit]

YearTitleRoleNotes
1984It's Your MoveLauraEpisode: 'Love Letters'
1985Call to GlorySallyEpisodes: 'JFK: Parts 1 & 2'
1985Cagney & LaceyStephanie BrandonEpisode: 'On the Street'
1985Joan Rivers and Friends Salute Heidi AbromowitzYoung Heidi Abromowitz
1986Alfred Hitchcock PresentsFemale Student #2Episode: 'The Gloating Place'
1986Miracle of the Heart: A Boys Town StoryStephanie GambleTelevision film
1986Mr. BoogedyJennifer DavisTelevision film (ABC)
1986The Hogan FamilyLinda PerkinsEpisode: 'The Big Fix-Up'
1987JuarezCathy DodgeTelevision film
1987Growing PainsRhondaEpisode: 'Thank God It's Friday'
1987Not Quite HumanEron JeffriesTelevision film (ABC)
1987–1988Knots LandingJody CampbellRecurring role (8 episodes)
1988The LonerSherry SpicerTelevision film
1988OharaEpisode: 'X'
1988NightingalesRebecca 'Becky' GrangerTelevision film (NBC)
1989NightingalesRebecca 'Becky' GrangerMain role (13 episodes)
1989B.L. StrykerLynn EllingsworthEpisodes: 'The Dancer's Touch', 'Blues for Buder'
1996Marshal LawLilly NelsonTelevision film (Showtime)
1997Bad to the BoneFrancesca WellsTelevision film (ABC)
1998–1999Early EditionErica PagetMain role (20 episodes)
1999Supreme SanctionJennaTelevision film (HBO)
2000GrapevineSusan CrawfordRegular role (5 episodes)
2001Untitled Charles Randolph ProjectTV pilot
2001Zebra LoungeLouise BauerTelevision film
2003Just Shoot Me!Allison CavanaughEpisode: 'There's Something About Allison'
2003Red WaterDr. Kelli RaymondTelevision film (TBS)
2004CSI: MiamiRoxanne PriceEpisode: 'Complications'
2005Forbidden SecretsAlexandra Kent LambethTelevision film
2006The Black HoleShannon MuirTelevision film (Syfy)
2007Law & Order: Criminal IntentLorelai MailerEpisode: 'Bombshell'
20083WayLeslie LapdaluluEpisodes: 'Fatal Distraction: Parts 1 & 2', 'The Dinah Monologues'
2009Hell's KitchenHerselfSeason 6 Episode 4: '13 Chefs Compete'
2010One Tree HillWoman in CarEpisode: 'Don't You Forget About Me'
2011Swamp SharkRachel BouchardTelevision film (Syfy)
2011A Christmas WishMartha EvansTelevision film (Hallmark)
2011–2014PsychMarlowe ViccellioRecurring role (6 episodes)
2012Operation CupcakeJanet CarsonTelevision film
2014A Lesson in Romance[8]Megan MillsTelevision film (PixL)
2014Merry Ex-MasNoelleTelevision film (ION)
2015Driven UndergroundSarah PalmerTelevision film (Lifetime)
2015Angels in the SnowJudith MontgomeryTelevision film (UP)
2018Bad StepmotherLouiseTelevision film (Lifetime)
2018Winter's DreamKatTelevision film (Hallmark)
2019SEAL TeamJulia LoganEpisodes: 'Payback', 'Medicate and Isolate', 'Rock Bottom'

Awards and nominations[edit]

Wins

  • 1989: Young Artist Award for Best Young Actress in a Horror or Mystery Motion Picture – Flowers In The Attic

Nominations

  • 1988: Young Artist Award for Best Young Female Superstar in Motion Pictures – Deadly Friend
  • 1987: Young Artist Award for Exceptional Young Actress Starring in a Television Special or Movie of the Week – Mr. Boogedy
  • 1986: Young Artist Award for Best Young Actress – Guest in a Television Series – Cagney & Lacey episode 'On The Street'

References[edit]

  1. ^O., Jimmy (July 24, 2015). 'Where in the Horror are they Now? Kristy Swanson'. Arrow in the Head. Retrieved December 28, 2015.
  2. ^ abVanderknyff, Rick (July 31, 1992). 'Will 'Buffy' Role Slay 'Em? : Mission Viejo's Kristy Swanson Is No Stranger to Outrageous Parts'. The Los Angeles Times. Retrieved December 29, 2015.
  3. ^'Kristy Swanson, Lead Role in 1992 Film 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer'—Guest 06/04/2015'. kenboxerlive.com. June 4, 2015. Retrieved June 11, 2015.
  4. ^Benet, Lorenzo (February 7, 2009). 'Kristy Swanson and Lloyd Eisler Get Married!'. PEOPLE.com. Retrieved December 7, 2020.
  5. ^Swanson, Kristy [@kristyswansonxo] (August 16, 2017). 'I've always been a proud republican' (Tweet). Retrieved April 24, 2019 – via Twitter.
  6. ^Moniuszko, Sara M. (May 23, 2019). 'Pro-Trump star Kristy Swanson: Dean Cain and I got 'death threats' over play'. USA Today. Retrieved December 27, 2019.
  7. ^'Video: Crowning Jules Trailer'. Brian Harrington. Retrieved March 9, 2017.
  8. ^'Kristy Swanson - A Lesson in Love - Cast - Hallmark Channel'.

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