So they go off and have their own quiet party but when the girlfriend tells Billy no to sex though, he tries to rape her and gets knocked unconscious.
After that, his friends get out, keeping him locked in the closet, and a fire starts.
He is found dead, with burn scars over his face.
3 Years later it's time for the original gangs own Homecoming party, but one by one a serial killer dressed as a fireman (looking similar to My Bloody Valentine's killer) picks them off.
Has Billy risen from the dead, or is someone else killing the teens in revenge?
It has every type of cliche going, girls breaking ankles from a tiny drop, falling everywhere, crappy acting and a guy who looks like a younger Michael Berryman. (I know that's not a cliche, but still) Oh and don't forget that single pointless tit shot either!
Strangely it's pretty quiet about stereotyping though, and not a single one fit any particular stereotype except for one bitchy cheerleader.
Some of the best parts of the film was easily the camera work. Director Brian C. Weed knows his angles. But unfortunately that seems to be all he knows. He definitely can't tell someone how to portray true emotion.
I've actually lost my train of thought........
I had certain things to say, but now I can't remember...........
I think it was just how long the movie seemed to go on for, I lost most attention half way through.
If it was a little shorter it would have been a much better movie, but even though it was only around an hour and 20 mins, it just seemed to go on, and on, and on, and on.
If you like random slasher movies where you need to guess whodunnit, I would say give this one a watch.
To be honest, that was a big part of the movie I liked, the reveal of the killer.
Why? Because I didn't guess who it was and normally I guess who the killer was quite easily and early on in the film.
The only clue you're getting though is to listen carefully near the beginning for a hint to who the killer is. It doesn't give the name away, but will point you in the right direction.
This isn't only a whodunnit in guessing the killer, but also in guessing the main character.
It doesn't focus on one but all, unlike most films, which kind of lost me a little.
Alright, I'm being harsh.
Despite the made for tv look of the film, and the crappy actors, it was actually an alright flick.
The kills didn't really satisfy, as in most slashers they get crazier and crazier, whereas this was just a lot of stabbing and cutting. However this made it feel homely along with 90's slashers as each time someone was killed it was unintentionally funny. Plus someone does get their head cut off, and just one scene toward the end made me laugh out loud thanks to it.
I'd definitely say worth a one off at least.
I can't say anything of any special features as the review copy I received only played the film, there was no menu to choose anything from. So hopefully if you get the DVD it will have some fun special features.
In all, I have to give this:
Although not the best, it wasn't the worst.
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