Whilst celebrating a graduation at a secluded vacation home, a group of college students find themselves targeted by a sadistic killer who forces them to play a deadly game of killing one another in order to survive.
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This is a British movie set in Brighton. It shows teenage angst and female gang behaviour. The leader of the gang is Hayley (Lara Belmont) and the other gang members are Jo (Beccy Armory)... See full synopsis »
A group of British students enbark on summoning spirits on a Ouija board after a night of clubbing. But someone breaks the link before they have finished and now a demon is trapped in their world and the only way to banish it, is for all the people who summoned it to die. Written by
£4.50 and a hour and a half of my life I can't ever get back...
It was balls, this flick doesn't even merit any kind of textual or technique orientated analysis, for it deserves neither. The only consolation I could offer myself was that at least they all suffered in some capacity or another. Has this what 'horror' has degraded to in our minds? You see horror for me is an emotion, something that doesn't leap out at me, rather it crawls up around my flesh, into my mind and places itself there for later chills. This waste of my money figures that horror is to make everything.... really...quiet...and you are sure that some thing is gonna happen...it doesn't...........AND THEN IT DOES REALLY REALLY LOUDLY!!! It is one of the dumbest techniques I have come across...Its such a cynical little enterprise that the (SIX, YES SIX!!!) writers seems to be offing the characters that they find themselves unable to develop. But what is worst is that the story goes nowhere, tossing some flashbacks about one of the characters. This provides some level of interest but is wasted as pretty meaningless in the story arch. Now this has been accepted in films throughout the world, where story and narrative take a back seat to allow characters or scenery go past the camera lens for the audience to go ooooohhh ahhhhhhh, HOWEVER with card board cut-out characters who can offer little more than a toke of a spliff as exposition there is nothing on offer here to watch. And as a piece of my experience of the movie I have never seen an audience so less interested as to what was happening on screen, and man - I have had to sit through 'look whose talking now' AND 'Beverly Hills Cop 3'.
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