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A road trip with your best friends - the ultimate way to spend your holidays! That's certainly what Bobby, Shannon, and the gang thought when they set off on an adventure of a lifetime. But when their truck breaks down in the middle of night, in the middle of nowhere without phone signal, they have no option to but to seek refuge in a creepy old mansion. Welcomed to spend the night by the brother and sister who live alone in the old house - very strange things begin to occur! As the local cops don't seem to want to help and are equally as odd as the gang's brother and sister hosts - the five friends have to keep their wits and sanity about them and hatch an ingenious plan, as the road-trip adventure rapidly turns into whirlwind of spooks and crazy mysterious goings-on. From the hit TV show "Friday Download" comes this hilarious teen caper, starring the show's cast alongside comedian David Mitchell, Tyger Drew-Honey, Dionne Bromfield, and guest appearances from pop-group The Vamps, and...
I really enjoyed this film and watched it with my younger cousin who loved it. There are cameos from The Vamps, Bars & Melody and David Mitchell. David Mitchell played a policemen and that was probably one of my favourite bits.
My younger cousin loved the concert at the end and we both keep singing The Vamps now!
There are some spooky/jumpy bits which makes it a great Halloween film to watch but it's got a lot of comedy as well. It was great to see the old Friday Download crew together again and I hope there will be another one!
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