Slick slasher movie that's very easy on the eyes. Director Jamie Blanks is obviously a horror fan and knows how to motivate his cast and place the camera. There's some creepy scenes here and the opening is pretty suspenseful.And I can't forget Denise Richards---although her role isn't as kinky and wild as her performance in WILD THINGS, she sure is lovely eye candy whether she's acting or not!The problem with this movie is in the lame story---some creep is coming after the girls that made him look like a fool at a Valentine's Dance in middle school. Like, if this guy is that peeved about such a little incident like this and waits 10 or 12 years to come after these gals, who cares!And none of the beautiful and foxy leading ladies seem to be able to keep a boyfriend, which makes absolutely no sense. It's hard to get into the 'suspension of disbelief' that these ladies would have ANY dating problems in that category, other than who to brush off.Plot holes continue to stack up faster than bodies in this flick, and we're even treated to a sleazy cop that hits on Richards, who may or may not be the killer. The ending was entirely predictable with the bloody nose gag running throughout the movie (the killer's nose bleeds every time he hacks someone up), but it was still enjoyable. The Cupid mask was kind of cool once you got used to it.The elements were here: good cast, decent actors, slick lighting, capable director. But the story was skunk city. Still, this is a good time waster if you like slasher movies. Just don't expect it to be the next SCREAM.