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It's the end of summer and seven cocky senior high school friends break into a luxury beachside mansion in the sleepy seaside town of Oak Bay. The party's on. Music, alcohol, drugs - their passions run riot. One of the seven, Brie (Darling), awakens from a drug-induced sleep, completely alone. Her mobile phone rings. A gruesome smiley face icon informs here: "The fate of your friends is in your hands Brie, there are only two rules, no parents and no authorities".
Live video images then appear of her six friends, unconscious and incarcerated in wooden coffin-like boxes. Is this a prank or is there something more evil unfolding? The clock is ticking and it's up to Brie to solve the clues with the lives of her friends in grave danger.
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The plot is pretty simple and the 'twist' at the end wasn't great... in fact I doubt you can even call it a twist!
But for under £2 I suppose you can't really moan about what you get lol
Six of the most obnoxious teenagers in the country get abducted and locked in boxes. Sadly, their friend (who is named after a type of cheese, I believe) has to rescue them. By this point I was kind of hoping she'd just go home to bed and the film would end there and then.
Somewhere among the film is the spark of something quite good, but never really utilised to its full potential. The film exploits modern technology, i.e. Bluetooth, iphones, web-streaming, wifi and then generally shows how they can be perverted into tools for the gross satisfaction of others.
It's all not a bad idea, it's just most people won't really care about the `victims,' plus it requires quite a few leaps of faith to believe that the police force of Australia consists of more than one rough-and-ready officer, plus his overweight call centre operator and deputy (who throws up at the first sign of anything vaguely creepy).
It's a nice try, but ultimately a missed opportunity. It leaves you thinking that all teenagers who get their kicks out of breaking into other peoples houses and filming their parties to show off to their peers deserve to be locked in boxes and burnt to death.