As all of their friends come back from their first semester at college, Thomas (Thomas Sloan) and Nathan (Nathan Pelland) decide to have one last big party together. Everything seems fine ... See full summary »
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As all of their friends come back from their first semester at college, Thomas (Thomas Sloan) and Nathan (Nathan Pelland) decide to have one last big party together. Everything seems fine until a prank the two boys pull goes wrong and all of the kids find themselves at the hands of a mysterious killer. Written by
I know one of the actresses in this movie, so it's with a heavy heart I must say that despite every good effort she put in, it wasn't enough to salvage the rest of the production. The film is shot as a found-footage genre piece. I don't believe the crew understood what all is needed to make a film look and feel like it was shot in that style. Additionally, the storyline is too brief and unnecessarily padded out in the beginning. The sequence featuring a hide-and-seek game is almost unwatchable. (It's ten minutes of the director yelling into a dark woods with only a small flashlight illuminating trees. The cast is large but underdeveloped. Most of the hearsay conversations are either badly lit or poorly recorded . . . or both. The script should have seen a revision or two before shooting began.
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