The teenagers friends Elizabeth, her brother Jeremy, Jessica, Rick and the hothead Trey have a car wreck caused by a swarm of insects. They wake up in the infirmary of the Marquez Academy, ... See full summary »
On the night of a sleepover, a group of teenage girls venture out in a competitive game of challenging dares. As the antics escalate, and the dares become more extreme, the girls unravel the truth behind a former student's rumored suicide.
As America celebrates its 200th birthday, two generations of friends and neighbors in a Chicago suburb explore new freedoms and seek connections with each other in the midst of the socio/sexual revolution.
The teenagers friends Elizabeth, her brother Jeremy, Jessica, Rick and the hothead Trey have a car wreck caused by a swarm of insects. They wake up in the infirmary of the Marquez Academy, a school for troubled youths. Meanwhile, the also teenager Trina is drowned by a man dressing a monk cloak in a river in the woods. Her uncle and tutor Daniel comes to the town nearby the Marquez Academy looking for his niece, and the sheriff tells him that she was found dead and eaten by coyotes in the previous night. Daniel feels that the local fears the Marquez Academy and do not give any information about the place, and he goes to the school, where he meets the headmaster Santiago and his assistant Francis. Daniel decides to investigate the school and is informed by the voodoo priest Miss Lorita that Santiago and Francis are followers of a cult brought by the slave Erzulie, protecting and worshiping two evil Hindu gods called Amanda and Zander that uses blood shed for resurrection and eternal ... Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
In the beginning Trina walks over some stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, then later gets out of the taxi which says flat rate to Logan Airport, which is the Boston area. See more »
Hey, Charlene. Glad to see I'm not the only one stuck here for vacation.
Nope. Sharon's here too.
I thought she was leaving this morning.
Yeah, she was. It was weird, her parents called like three in the morning and cancelled their trip. Oh, hey... did you hear about the car accident people?
Yeah, they're down in the infirmary.
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For as horrible as this movie actually was, I really liked it. Yeah, it was cheap, terribly written, and badly filmed but that just made it all the better. I honestly couldn't tell if it was made to be a serious horror film and the director horribly failed or if it was meant to be like that, either way I found it's cheesy lines and scenes amusing, so I guess if you like movies like that you'll probably like One of Them.
My interpretation of the plot was that a group of teenagers go on a road trip, get into an accident, are taken in by a cult of some sort that is posing as a school, and their endeavors to get free. (And this is just an added line so my comment meets the minimum number of lines, which is just plain dumb if you ask me, oh well.)
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