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November 17, 1988, is a day of mourning for some... and for others, a lucrative opportunity. On that date, eight university students were found murdered in the old arts building at the college. An anonymous source told police the 20-somethings were in the midst of a local role-playing game, called Chill. The name of the game is to stay alive. But for the players that November evening, few would be getting up for another round. But when a scheming student decides to profit from the tragedy and revive the whodunit game as a web series, the new players soon discover, for some, this game is still all too real... Written by
I recently watched this slasher/murder mystery film and it was quit the refreshing experience. First, the acting was superb! Roger Conners was perfect for the role as the "final girl/scream queen". His character was well developed and gave viewers a new character worth rooting for! Noelle Bye and Meredith Holland, along with Roger Conners, wrote a great story that took viewers along for an unconventional treat.
The highlights of the film were the following- * great setting, a performing arts building after dark! This echoed other great slasher films, like The Clown at Midnight and Stage Fright (to name a few) * great cast, every character had their uniqueness and charisma that they brought to the role, which made this indie movie rise above others! * cinematography, creative shots with some inventive storytelling kept this movie interesting right from the beginning. * carnage, the movie had a rather high bodycount and at times was brutal. This was all practical effects, no awkward cgi included. * ending, pulled together nicely despite killing off some fan favorite characters. I would highly recommend viewing this when you can, I believe later in 2015 a DVD will be released! Definitely a recommendation to fans of slasher movies, particularly the 80's/90's aficionados!
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