Directed by Matthew Spradlin. Written by Spradlin and Barry Wernick, based on their own graphic novel of the same name. Starring Cameron Deanne Stewart, Augie Duke, Ali Faulkner, Roger Edwards, Marc Donato, Amanda Alch, Jeffrey Schmidt, Ben Browder and Judd Nelson.
Plot: six kids go to Saturday detention and then start dying in different “accidents”.
This movie starts with the ending first and then goes back in time to explain how it got there. With the opening, I was a little interested to see what happened, but after the first 20 minutes or so were over, I wasn’t very interested at all. There was good acting, but the characters weren’t likable at all. There’s the six kids who all have attitude. There’s the counselor that doesn’t actually give a damn. And all their parents that are without souls.
By the end, we just flat out didn’t like it. It didn’t make sense to us. Especially not the end end. It didn’t follow good rules and it had no Freddy Claws. All they did was fight each other. We don’t recommend.
Our score: 27.