It all begins with an anonymous text message with a party invitation. A dozen young men and women gather, eat, drink, party, and have the time of their lives inside the doors of a ...
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It all begins with an anonymous text message with a party invitation. A dozen young men and women gather, eat, drink, party, and have the time of their lives inside the doors of a dilapidated mansion - that is, until it's time to go. The front door doesn't open. The back door doesn't open. Doors that once led to familiar rooms now lead to new ones. Some doors open to yet other doors, and some go s ?
Annoying characters that spend most of the time screeching, hollering, bickering, screaming, whimpering, and babbling to the point where you want them to get killed. That's what this movie features. It also features at least six hot chicks and no nudity. The actresses in the movie seemed like the type who, for a few hundred more, would do full frontal. But the filmmaker decided to have them look sexy and not even show the side of a butt cheek. Brilliant.
No gore/exploitation for fans of these kind of horror movies. No suspense, tension, drama, or interesting characters for fans of psychological horror. This movie features many victims but no on screen kills.
The ending: I've seen more than a thousand horror flicks from this century and the last one. I've seen some of the most amateur horror flicks that look like they were filmed on someone's cell. Out of all of them, this one easily falls into my Top 10 worst horror movie endings list. Even that M. Night Shamalamadingdong guy, who is master of uneventful, lackluster endings would hate the ending to this flick.
If you're reading this review, you most likely have not seen this movie. I envy you for that.
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