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
Good fun, similar to a Black Mirror episode, there's a sadistic thrill in anticipating the escalation of the challenges, I'd be very curious to see the original though.
Kinda dull, I knew where the film was heading and the story was kinda basic
i found it quite watchable...now on to the next film in alphabetical order...
Decent and entertaining fun runaround that kept me hooked from start to finish.
Decent, not top tier but watchable. Nothing really to praise here but nothing to really critique either. I think there are films that do this type of plot better, for example "SERIES 7 : THE CONTENDERS (2001)" and films like "Battle Royale (2000)" are also comparable but do a better job in my opinion of handling this narrative.