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"Someone's taking all of these stories, and making them reality."
—Natalie in the first film

After the vitality boost given by the success of Scream, Slasher Movies returned to mainstream media and followers were sure to follow. The Urban Legend series was one of those followers, along with I Know What You Did Last Summer and Valentine.

The movies share a similar premise; someone is killing young adults, taking cues from well-known Urban Legends. In first two films (1998's Urban Legend and 2000's Urban Legends: Final Cut), murders were done by traditional masked killers. In the third one (the 2005 Direct to DVD release Urban Legends: Bloody Mary), murders were committed by an actual urban legend character.

These examples happened to someone who knows someone you know:

 Reese Wilson: You know what really chaps my hide? The way you pledged an oath to serve and protect -- and then you don't give a rat's ass when something really happens!

 (Reese told him that Damon is missing)

Dean Adams: Missing? He's not missing! It's the weekend. He's most likely shacked up in some motel with a girl. Or a guy... farm animal... whatever! Weren't you ever eighteen?

Reese Wilson: Not that kind of eighteen.

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