It's always amazing that the final girl of a slasher film has some trivial secret that haunts her, even if it has nothing to do with the parallel killing spree: this international production is no exception, with heroine Sarah afraid of the water.
A large group of German, English, American, Argentinian and Scottish seniors plan a private party for themselves to celebrate the end of their finals at a new swimming complex on the outskirts of Prague. One of them is a schizophrenic who has already knocked off some of their other buddies and now has it in for the rest of them.
Standard as the plotting is, the varying accents make for some interesting characters who meet some pretty grisly and gory demises including a machete cutting through the bottom of a water slide! It's also not as easy to play 'pick the victim' as the author would lead you to believe, but picking out the killer is a simple process of elimination.
The DVD features the theatrical trailer (although it never made it to the big screen in either the UK or the US), production notes and an interview with the director, so not a lot to rave about and the scene-marking is pretty dismal, skipping through usually takes you to the middle of any given scene. The film itself, however, is a handsome production and worth a look for horror and slasher buffs.