Directed by Daniel Stamm
When debt ridden salesman, Elliot (Mark Webber), receives a strange phone call informing him that he is the star of a mysterious game show, he jumps at the chance to win the $6 million cash prize. All he has to do to win is complete 13 tasks. However, the game isn't as simple as it first appears and Elliot soon finds himself having to complete more and more depraved dares, culminating in one final task that he cannot come back from. A remake of the Thai film, 13 Beloved, 13 Sins is a gripping horror thriller that examines the depths desperation will drive us to. Contains strong language, violence and gore.
A debt ridden salesman is devastated by a mysterious game show and its depraved dares.
Cast: Mark Webber, Rutina Wesley, Devon Graye, Pruitt Taylor Vince, Tom Bower, Ron Perlman
Having not seen the original Thai movie I can only judge this movie on its own merits. Fairly predictable movie that feels more like a dark comedy than a horror.
I watched this right after 'Ruin Me'. Made for a great double feature about people caught in a sick game! This was the better of the two.
Fairly predictable, and a bit of a gore fest but a good watch - would recommend.
The twists where pretty predictable and the very final scene with the phone call ruined it for me but, maybe I just don't like happy-ish endings. I would have enjoyed it a lot more without the final scene but, maybe that's just me. That said I did really enjoy watching this movie.