Tom returns to his hometown on the tenth anniversary of the Valentine's night massacre that claimed the lives of 22 people. Instead of a homecoming, Tom finds himself suspected of committing the murders, and it seems like his old flame is the only one that believes he's innocent.
An improbable college prank goes even more improbably wrong with improbable results. Rather than dial 911 and flush their graduation down the toilet, the sisters concerned and the one male present decide to throw the body of the unfortunate victim down a mine then carry on as normal. This course of action is passed on a show of hands, but there is a big difference between reluctant acquiescence and enthusiastic consent. Fast forward to graduation, and the cracks are beginning to show big time. There is also the little matter of a mysterious individual who is murdering people with the weapon of choice, and he is coming for the conspirators. It is a he, right?
If you have seen a modern day slasher flick before, you have seen this film, or maybe you haven't. An added twist discovered only when the murders are well underway is that the original foul if "accidental" deed has actually been filmed, albeit accidentally (so many unfortunate "accidents" herein) so obviously this raises a probable revenge motive, albeit an improbable one.
After this the girls begin to lose the plot, do they really believe the girl who was stabbed to death with a tyre iron then thrown down a deep mine can be alive? Apparently so, one or two of them do at any rate.
Having said that, if you allow for the improbables, the fancifuls, and the accidents, this film does have some class one liners and retorts - most of which are unprintable - and a half decent soundtrack. Sadly, there is no gratuitous nudity, well, not so you'd really notice.
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