A satiric slasher movie about the obvious teenage stereotypes participating in a reality TV program with the chance of winning one million dollars. Compared to similar "reality footage" films it is decent, but sadly it walks into the trap of the same reality shows with several scenes that are slow and has nothing happening. There are some inspired moments here. Okay for a slow night.
Interesting implications to grasp, in a context of reality-show surveillance where exhibitionism and voyeurism are part as the two faces of a coin. In both sides, victims and executioners are part of the same system when society is reduced to spectacle. Shocking, it comes before the torture-porn genre, so must see it.
Great horror movie that deserved a bigger audience than it got. Despite its reality-show setting it doesn't feel dated at all and plays nicely upon repeated viewings. The plot is kinda cool and the cast is really good. And it really stands up to all of the current horror movies today.