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6 Plots (2012)

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Everyone's primal fears of death and how horribly it can play out in your own mind.


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Credited cast:
Jules Freeman
Kyle Gruper
Tess Hart
Amy Challis
Stu Reems
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Truck Driver
Andrew Clarke ...
Gary Hart
Bill Reems
Sophie Halms
Mike Gruper
Dane Johnson


Everyone's primal fears of death and how horribly it can play out in your own mind.

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13 March 2013 | by (Sydney, Australia) – See all my reviews

To make a bad film is forgivable. To make a bad horror film is even more so, as films of that nature often find their niche at slumber parties and annual Halloween trashfests. But to make a film as indisputably terrible as 6 Plots- a spectacularly horrendous addition to the oversaturated torture porn thriller- carries no such leniency.

Alice Darling stars as Brie, a happy-go-lucky schoolgirl who attends a house party with her closest friends (the most recognisable of which is Packed to the Rafters' Ryan Corr). Things are progressing swimmingly, until she wakes to find that each of her friends have been buried alive in unique locations across the city, all of whom await a cruel and ironic fate if she doesn't stop the faceless killer in time.

Literally every scene is pierced by a blatantly inarticulate screenplay and even worse line delivery. Would-be moments of grief or suspense are rendered laughable by each character's reactions, while the generic baddie- who projects through a phone screen and unthreateningly calls himself The Emoticon- is a shameless rip-off of Saw's Jigsaw, albeit with a voice reminiscent of a Scooby-Doo swamp monster circa 1969. An inglorious, inexcusable disaster from start to finish.

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