Haunted by nightmares. Plagued by a past that won't go away. When Maddy goes to a party with her new boyfriend, Shawn, she only wants to meet his friends and have a good time. They tell her about their 'Murder Club' and invite her to join. Confused but intrigued, Maddy really wants to be part of the group. Before she can join, though, the 'Murder Club' members are being killed off, one by one. Who can be trusted? Can the killer be stopped? Or will they all bleed?Written by
The production company, Full Moon Pictures, changed its name to Shadow Entertainment following the release of that label's last film, Jigsaw (2002), making this the first movie to hold the new company logo, Shadow Entertainment. See more »
The girls pull a guy's swimming trunks down, then in the next scene they're up despite the fact that he hasn't pulled them up, then in the next scene they're down again. See more »
[on the telephone, leaving an angry message on an answering machine]
Todd, it's me. I'm sitting here waiting for you topless in the back yard, now get the fuck home!
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Another case of a decent DVD case betraying the shot-on-video quality of the film.
It wasn't that bad. Rochon does a serviceable job and Damn! the cast is good looking. I've never seen that many musclebound guys hang out together on a regular basis. This movie really wanted to make you think Rochon was the killer, but it was not to be. My biggest problem with the film was that by the end, I didn't much care who was the killer, and the real killer made little sense, since it was out of the blue and the filmmakers were thinking 'ha, betcha didn't see that one coming, sucker!'. Yeah, there were continuity errors about (mainly with ms. Rochon's ever-changing wardrobe), but for an indie slasher it's not that bad. I was pretty sure at the beginning it was just a thinly veiled excuse for girls to go topless, but that was just a gimmick. The dialog was overly think and painful at times.
Just don't have high expectations going into this, and it won't be that bad. And Lloyd Kaufman's cameo is wonderfully understated.
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