Last Act - Christopher Pike This was one of my favorite Christopher Pikes, probably because it didn't feature quite as much gruesome horror as most of them. It's more of a whodunit than a horror story. There's a play in which one of the characters has to shoot someone. During rehearsals, they put blanks in the gun. Unfortunately, on the night of the performance, someone replaces the blanks with real bullets... *ominous music*

(Made even more awesome by the fact that I played the murderer in my eighth-grade production of "Murder Game." They had a stagehand do the actual "shooting," with a prop gun of course. But still.)