Ripper (2002)

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Molly (A.J. Cook, THE VIRGIN SUICIDES), is the sole survivor of a brutal massacre that killed her friends when she was only 16. Years later, she is at college studying forensic science in a program led by renowned hunter of serial killers, Martin Kane (Bruce Payne). As her class attempts to solve a campus murder, her fellow students begin to die one by one, in grisly ways modeled on the murders of Jack the Ripper. Could she be dealing with the same murderer she evaded once before?
Rating: R
Genre: Horror
Directed By: John Eyres
In Theaters: wide
On DVD:
Runtime:

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Horribly acted, terrible characters and a vapid screenplay make for a truly confusing and pretentious story.

Full Review… | May 30, 2013
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Audience Reviews for Ripper

Routine independent slasher. It's a reasonable attempt but light on shocks, gore or scares. Bruce Payne and Jurgen Prochnow make appearences though which was cool, they're always good value... unfortunately their acting talent didn't rub off on Kelly Brook who thankfully gets dispatched early on.

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Lee ?

This B-movie-ish horror wasn't as bad as i thought it was going to be. Molly, the sole survivor of a massacre a few years back, joins a college to study criminal psychology. Meanwhile someones going around imitating the famous Jack the Ripper killings from years ago. Not brilliantly, but killing people none the less! This starts off pretty badly and picks up halfway through and has some fairly effective scares and some gore. Overall, an ok, if not great, who-did-it type horror.

Adam M.
Adam M.

A very good low budget slasher with a neat twist.

Dean King
Dean King

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