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									2001 Maniacs
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2001 Maniacs is a 2005 American comedy horror film directed by Tim Sullivan,
starring Robert Englund, Jay Gillespie, Dylan Edrington, and Matthew Carey. It                       2001 Maniacs
is a remake of the 1964 film Two Thousand Maniacs! written and directed by
Herschell Gordon Lewis. The film is distributed by Lions Gate Entertainment. It
was filmed in Westville, Georgia.

 1 Plot
 2 Cast
 3 Sequel
 4 References
 5 External links

Six prep college students and a biker couple travel south towards Daytona
Beach for Spring Break, but a detour leads them into the seemingly idyllic
Georgia town of Pleasant Valley, which is holding its annual "Guts and Glory                     Theatrical release poster.
Jubilee" in honor of the American Civil War.                                          Directed by         Tim Sullivan
While they stay in the town, completely isolated from the outside world, they are     Produced by         Christopher Tuffin
systematically separated and killed in gory fashion by the town's residents. Two                          Scott Spiegel
students manage to escape, but upon alerting the authorities they learn that                              Eli Roth
"Pleasant Valley" is nothing but a cemetery - a memorial for 2001 Confederate                             Boaz Yakin
villagers who were massacred 140 years earlier during the Civil War. A plaque                             Brett W. Nemeroff
reveals that the town's residents will not rest until the crime has been paid back:   Written by          Tim Sullivan
2001 villagers were killed, 2001 Yankees must be killed - an eye for an eye.                              Chris Kobin

As the two students drive away on their motorcycle, they are decapitated by           Starring            Robert Englund
barbed wire. The heads are picked up by Hucklebilly who walks down the road                               Lin Shaye
and fades away.                                                                                           Giuseppe Andrews
                                                                                                          Jay Gillespie

Cast                                                                                  Music by            Nathan Barr

                                                                                      Cinematography Steve Adcock
   Robert Englund as Mayor George W. Buckman
   Lin Shaye as Granny Boone                                                          Editing by          Michael Ross
   Giuseppe Andrews as Harper Alexander                                               Distributed by      Lions Gate
   Jay Gillespie as Anderson Lee                                                                          Entertainment
   Matthew Carey as Cory Jones                                                        Release date(s)     October 21, 2005
   Peter Stormare as Professor Ackerman                                               Running time        87 minutes
   Marla Malcolm as Joey
                                                                                      Country             United States
   Gina Marie Heekin as Kat
                                                                                      Language            English
   Brian Gross as Ricky
   Mushond Lee as Malcolm                                                             Budget              $1.5 million
   Dylan Edrington as Nelson Elliot
   Bianca Smith as Leah
   Brendan McCarthy as Rufus
   Adam Robitel as Lester
   Christa Campbell as Milk Maiden
   Wendy Kremer as Peaches
   Cristin Michele as Glendora
   Kodi Kitchen as Hester
   Ryan Fleming as Hucklebilly Boone

On the official Facebook page for the film, the sequel 2001 Maniacs: The Beverly Hellbillys was announced (later renamed to
2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams). Mayor Buckman is now portrayed by Bill Moseley and Granny Boone is portrayed another
time from Lin Shaye.[1]

   1. ^ 2001 MANIACS: BEVERLY HELLBILLYS is on Facebook

External links
   2001 Maniacs     at the Internet Movie Database
   2001 Maniacs     at AllRovi
   2001 Maniacs at FEARnet

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