Now, offering a rehab/reality tv show to a bunch of (as one of them says) ''fuck ups'', with a million dollar prize, he wants to bring his name back in lights.
But things start messing up when someone starts picking off the kids one by one and the reality tv becomes a bit too realistic.
The first half of the film, nothing really happens. A couple of people die in quite boring ways. There's bikini clad girls and muscly guys. Danielle Harris (Halloween 4) shows up for 2 seconds as a cop and Felissa Rose (Sleepaway Camp) plays a therapist who used to be the lead actress of Julian's old trilogy.
The second half is when things obviously get going. More deaths, more plot, more boobs (of course that pointless tit shot slips in) and more of everything that's fun in general.
(There's erm a very yucky scene with spunk too)
As all B-movies go, the acting is pretty all over the place, as is the cheap gore, but as most B-movies go, it's still a good flick with some erm, interesting ideas.
Toward the end we of course get the real reasons as to why the kids are there, but they also get more and more stupid. (Like a 21 year old not understanding what a normal house phone is)
We finally find out the whodunnit side, who's actually killing everyone, and one death in particular is both unintentionally and intentionally hilarious and I believe a first for any film.
Granted this one wasn't the worst in slasher flicks but it certainly wasn't anywhere near the best either. But the ending was a barrel of laughs for many reasons and I wish that most of the movie felt like that.
After finding out who the writer was and seeing one of his other films being '6 Degrees Of Hell' starring Corey Feldman, I realised why this wasn't the best. I'd still watch this one over that though any day.
Overall, nothing spectacular, and you wouldn't be missing much.
But a mindless typical slasher that is worth a one off watch.
You can pre-order the movie here.