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Ripper: Letter From Hell (2001)





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A woman finds herself reliving a terrifying moment from her past -- only to discover her tormentor's past goes back much further in this horror story. Molly (A.J. Cook) is a college student who, after escaping uninjured from the clutches of a serial killer who claimed the lives of several of her friends, has devoted herself to the study of the murderous mind as a criminology major. While doing research for a class project, she makes the terrifying discovery that the madman who killed her friends is back on the loose -- and that his methods and actions bear a striking resemblance to that of Jack the Ripper, the bloodthirsty killer who terrorized London over a century ago. Ripper: Letter From Hell also features Bruce Payne, Emmanuelle Vaugier, and Jurgen Prochnow.
R (for violence/gore, sexuality and language)
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LionsGate Entertainment

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A.J. Cook
as Molly Keller
Bruce Payne
as Martin Kane
Jürgen Prochnow
as Det. Kelso
Kelly Brook
as Marisa
Claire Keim
as Chantal Etienne
Emmanuelle Vaugier
as Andrea Carter
Derek Hamilton
as Eddie Sackman
Courtenay J. Stevens
as Aaron Kroeker
Ryan Northcott
as Jason Korda
Michael Copley
as Matt Novak
Josh Byer
as Bernie
Sean Whale
as Mark
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Critic Reviews for Ripper: Letter From Hell

All Critics (3)

Feels like an eternity of torment, pain and that sick feeling you get in your stomach after eating five too many corndogs.

June 28, 2002
Apollo Guide

Audience Reviews for Ripper: Letter From Hell

Edgy,discombobulated and terrified....this is how I looked 10 minutes into this turkey so you can imagine what I looked like by the end.

bill secor
bill secor

Starring: A.J. Cook, Bruce Payne, Ryan Northcott, Claire Keim, and Jurgen Prochnow. Directed by John Eyres. Written by Pat Bermel. Rated [b]R[/b] (for violence/gore, sexuality and language). Running time approximately 1 hour 53 minutes. [center][img][/img][/center] [center][i]Last year's runner-up for Lame City Mayor...[/i][/center] Ineptitude is a funny thing. Why is it so very prominent? I've wondered this for years. As many can probably tell (if you view my ratings list), I've seen my share of horrid films. Horror films are meant to frighten and intrigue us. [i]Ripper: Letter from Hell[/i] does neither for the majority of its overlong 113-minute runtime. I was involved for the first half hour. Very involved. The film, from that point on, delved into the ridiculous, the gratuitously disgusting and the incomprehensible. Bleh. [b]*1/2 (out of ****) D+[/b]

Christopher Lozier
Christopher Lozier

A slasher film that tries to be intelligent and cool by invoking the Ripper legend and letters, Ripper: Letter From Hell manages to be nothing more than an overly long, uninspired piece of b-level horror cinema that offers little that hasn't been seen before.

Al Miller
Al Miller

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