A listless grand-daughter, Chance Sinclair (Avery Konrad), is sentenced to live with her draconian grand-father, August (Timothy V. Murphy) after a violent incident at school and begins to question the source of her families immense wealth and power. When Chance's scheming Mom, June (Annette Reilly), hires a troubled chef, Sydney (Johnathan Lipnicki), to poison August, the family's monstrous secrets are revealed over the course of one bloody night. Every soul is up for grabs as The Sinclair Family Games Night gets underway and Chance learns that being apart of this family is a blood-in, blood-out proposition.Written by
Dinner with some blood and so-so flavour, but a lot of loud music
The movie is alright, didn't enjoy the out of order scenes, you didn't need them that way to enjoy the movie, just made it more tedious.
The family drama and back and forth backstabbing was interesting.
Could have gotten more elaborated but eh.
Now, the unforgiving aspect of the movie is the LOUD music. I watched this to chill with a migraine, and just made it worse. If you lower the sound to not be murdered by the loud music you won't hear the characters at all, you barely even hear some sentences. Why the loud music seriously? It's so annoying and ruins your scenes.
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