This slasher focuses on a storyline that's been done a few times before. Thankfully it doesn't take itself seriously, because honestly, slasher movie tropes have been overdone to the point any serious attempt is liable to be MST3K fodder (or would if MST3K were still around).
Actually it wasn't subtle in foreshadowing what's coming which is probably better. Otherwise people would probably be disappointed when the reveal came.
One thing that got annoying was this film's establishment of characters. I'm not exactly amongst the most frequent of reviewers here, so again I'll state that I prefer character-driven, atmospheric horror over splatter flicks by far. But I'm really annoyed by the inclusion of immoral archetypes as fodder. How is knowing certain people are doomed supposed to be entertaining?
There's also a deaf girl, which instantly reminded me of the blind guy in one of the more known movies which used a similar storyline. Except the blind guy was a memorable character while the deaf girl didn't do anything but be cranky. Speaking of the reused storyline, many other movies using it had at least some rules. What happens right before the reveal contradicts the meaning of the PREVIOUS thing that happened.
This probably sounds negative but really its about the execution. "Detention" (the David Carradine one) by the same company was fairly generic yet somehow managed to be energetic and enthusiastic.
So essentially, its entertaining enough for something I watched once but I'm indifferent about watching it again.