A horrifying premonition saves a young man (Bobby Campo) and his friends from death during a racetrack accident, but terrible fates await them nonetheless.
Every horror franchise struggles with titles once the number of sequels start piling up. Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives was an attempt to let fans know that Jason was still alive, despite several attempts to destroy him (and one copycat). The sixth Nightmare on Elm Street avoided numerals with the title Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare so that fans would be shocked when Freddy came back later in Wes Craven's New Nightmare. The makers of the fifth Final Destination movie and the seventh Saw must know that a flashy title is important in order to convince viewers to return to the theaters, but are they daring each other to invent the worst title ever?
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