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Engaging Puzzler With A Twist That Is Just Too Forced.
9 Dead is a horror-mystery puzzler (in vein of the Saw films, for
example) that I found to be pretty engaging. But the ending is just
The plot is pretty straight forward: 9 people are kidnapped by a masked
man with a taser; locked in a room together; and told they have to
figure out why each person is there...with 1 person dying every 10
minutes. There's a Lawyer, A Cop, A Thief, A Rapist/Pedophile, a
Mobster, A Health Insurance Salesman, A Chinese store clerk & a young
Barkeep. In order to survive, they must figure out how they are all
As a humorously ironic personal note, like the characters in the film,
I found myself trying to solve the puzzle of where I've seen some of
them before (answer: Sabrina The Teenage Witch and that Fallen Skies
Anyways...it goes along well enough. Had me wrapped up in the puzzle.
But you are left with a situation that doesn't really jive with the
title so they added a twist at the end. And this twist was totally
absurd and felt really forced. Plus, there was another scene after this
which seemed to be another pathetically forced attempt to set up a
sequel. I would have enjoyed it more if they just wrapped up the damn
story as it was...but whatever. I still enjoyed it.
5 out 10.
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