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An unsolved murder is the perfect catalyst for an imaginative group of high school students to spread e-mail rumors about a serial killer and his list of intended victims. But when their phony predictions begin to be fulfilled, no one will listen to their now sincere cries for help.
Why Is Cry Wolf Rated PG-13?
Cry Wolf is rated PG-13 for violence, terror, disturbing images, language, sexuality and a brief drug reference
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Canadian Home Video Rating: 14A
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DVD Release Date: 20 December 2005
Universal Studios presents this chilling tale in either the rated theatrical release, or an unrated version—all the better to see you with, my dear! Both offer the following bonus features: Manual Labor (a short film that helped the filmmakers win the Chrysler Million Dollar Film Festival), Wolves, Sheep and Shepherds (how the roles were cast) and commentary by the filmmakers. The unrated disc provides additional content, plus exclusive behind-the-scenes action like The Tower of Babble (the award-winning short film that led the filmmakers to Cry Wolf), deleted and alternate scenes and a tour with actor Julian Morris. Audio tracks are available in English and French (both in Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround), with subtitles in French and Spanish—all the better to hear you with, my dear!