Drama about life at Rugby School in Victorian England. The headmaster is fair but not effective and life is brutal for the young boys because of bullying and it's consequences. The acting ... See full summary »
Elodie and Elias have been living by themselves ever since most of the human race has disappeared from the face of the earth. However, with the unexpected arrival of Gabriel, a boy a bit ... See full summary »
The head girl Justine gives a speech on the funeral of the teenage schoolmate Darren Mullet that has just committed suicide but she does not recall who he was. Then she is invited by Alexis to date him in the celebration party in the house of his friend Bradley. Sooner Justine discovers that Darren had a crush on her and was bullied by Bradley and his friends including Alexis. When each one of Bradley's friends is found dead, they discover that Darren has returned from beyond to revenge the humiliations he was submitted. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Calvin Dean's make-up took 3 hours every day. Each vein on his face and hands were painted individually using a special type of ink. During the swimming pool scenes his make-up was 'glued' to his face to keep it in place. See more »
Nearly everyone has the apparently unpopular and bullied character's phone number saved into their phones. See more »
Bradley, you are so fucking childish.
[He looks at Alex]
Bro, you better put a muzzle on that bitch of yours.
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Shortly into the end credits there is an additional scene. See more »
How do you screw up a simple slasher film this badly?
(2%) A film highlighting one of the biggest problems with certain low-budget British cinema in that it lacks both ambition and ideas. The school "kids" are all clearly 24 which at least in American slasher films the students don't wear uniforms, but here they do and it just looks as if they are all going to a fancy dress party as the same theme, it's awful. The writing is dire, the characters are from another world as they behave and talk like no real human beings actually do, and the mix of American elements thrown in from time to time just doesn't work and only further hampers the already broken reality in which this is set. I wouldn't be at all surprised if the real kids from the school in which this was shot (clearly during summer break) couldn't make a better film themselves.
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