A wealthy group of recent college grads are invited to a remote estate to participate in a "murder mystery" game. It begins as a fun evening of scary stunts featuring rubber knives, fake blood, and a "murderer" played by an actor in a creepy mask. But when the body count become real, the players soon realize that one of them is a serial killer and the rest of them are playing an altogether different game...to stay alive.
I'll never forget watching this for the first time with my friend Mike from "Horrorrama." It is one of those low budget B-Movies that you rent with a group of friends to have a good time and be entertained, depending on how easy-going your friends are. It is directed by David Decoteau and chances are if you weren't impressed by any of his other films, then most likely this one will not be up your alley either. I have liked almost everything that he has ever done, with the exception of Beastly Boyz. It has one of the guys from "Near Death" in it, quite possibly the worst film ever made, he actually took a big step up in this film, that's for sure! This film isn't for everyone, but what film is, some people love it, some people hate it. It is considerably cheesy compared to big Hollywood films with big names and big budgets, but sometimes the smaller films have the most to offer. Smaller films aren't flooded with arrogance and an over abundance of special effects to make up for a lack of plot, like some bigger budget films. Most of the time they are made on shoe string budgets, starring actors that work just as hard, if not harder, than the actors in big budget films. They deserve respect and recognition too....don't they?