St. George boarding school, a typical Catholic school with strict rules. A group of new students have heard a rumor about the mysterious suicide case of an honor student whose name was in the school's Hall of Fame. Their curiosity to find the truth leads them into the horrid situation. Students and staff members are brutally murdered, one by one; and the entire campus is trapped on top of the hill as there is a landslide that ruins the only road to the school.Written by
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I first watched 303 at the theater, so I guess it's been 10 years since. Wow. Anyway, it was a good revisit as the movie still holds up.
303 isn't a scary horror movie. Instead, it's filmed well, with a retro haze, and a great wistful yet ominous ambiance is created. The story, while not altogether cohesive, is at least interesting and original. The young and fresh actors are a mix of good and okay, but at least none are exceedingly bad. The only one to go on to fame is a young Ananda Everingham.
More importantly, I liked 303 for its unintentional (I think) homoeroticism, which is much better than sleazy intentional homoeroticism (see Voodoo Academy). It's set in a high school, and features all sorts of cute guys, from twinks, to lean fit, to beefy muscular. There are even not one but two shower scenes! If only this movie were scary too, then it would've been perfect.
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