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A couple of college students decide to sign up for pharmaceutical testing of a new allergy drug to make some extra cash for their spring break trip. They quickly discover their two week stay will not be as easy as they first believed and fight to save themselves from the grips of the facility.Written by
Starts out fairly decent, first 30 minutes is more of a comedy than anything else.
The quickly changes after that though and turns into something more in the horror territory.
And that's also where the movie starts falling apart.
In some aspects it works, it did have a good set-up and a decent enough cast, plus the cinematography was pretty cool and decent atmosphere but it's just the incredibly contrived writing that gets in the way.
I'd rather have no reasoning than what we are given and there so many logical loopholes in the characters motives and reactions that you can go hula-hooping with them.
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