Directed by Bobbin Ramsey
A group of friends celebrate their high school graduation at a lake house in the woods. One of the classmates recommends that they have a bit of fun playing the old fashioned game 'Dead Body' - where one player is "the body", one player is "the killer" and all of the other players try to figure out "whodunit". Unfortunately, on this particular night, the game ends up featuring real dead bodies and a real life killer. The bodies begin piling up and, in an Agatha Christie "And Then There Were None" sort of style, the survivors are forced to solve the mystery of who the killer is amongst them before there is no one left standing. Contains strong language, violence and gore.
While weekending at a lake house, a group of high school friends play the game 'Dead Body' - where one player is "the body" and one player is "the killer." On this particular night, the game ends up featuring real dead bodies and a real life killer.
Cast: Spencer Hamp, Cooper Hopkins, Nathan Pringle, Jay Myers, Leah Pfenning
Whodunit fun! The acting is a little choppy but it gets the job done. If you’ve seen many similar films, you will recognize the who pretty quickly. That’s not necessarily a bad thing though. The thrill is in the journey, not the destination in this one. The killer’s motive is a frightening realistic one, which makes this worth the ride.
stuck around to see who the killer was although i almost shut it off after 15 minutes. poorly written characters. Kept me guessing though
I wanted this to be better than it was.
Great plot. I enjoy isolated think-'em-ups such as this. While you can figure out who the killer is rather quickly, the story does its best to throw you for a few loops- and may succeed if you aren't paying attention/observant. Whodunits will always be a favorite of mine and I'm glad they combined that scenario with a slasher. While not as sophisticated, this reminds me of Fermat's Room & the Cube movies.
Yes the movie is sort of predictable and it's really easy to guess who the killer is. But I'm giving this movie a high rating because of the killer's motives - this movie is actually a great social commentary on this society.