An ominous text message is followed by a horrific series of murders that confounds the authorities and strikes fear into the hearts of local high school students in director Andreas Prochaska's stalk and slash shocker. When a group of high school students all receive text messages promising that they will be dead in three days time, everyone assumes it's just a sick joke. But no one is laughing when one of the students is found dead the following morning, and when the body count continues to rise the surviving students must figure out who the killer is and what their motivations are before more lives are lost. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
I picked this movie up at the store because it looked interesting. I had never heard of it, then I started it and was surprised that it was dubbed ( German film ) I may not of rented it had I known. ( I should pay closer attention to the box ) The film turned out to be pretty well made and the acting was good. I thought it better than the recent American slasher films, it had a couple good jolts, not much gore and it kept you wondering who the killer was.
The English dubbing was pretty good I did'nt even notice after awhile. This movie is along the lines of the "I Know What You Did" movie, but I thought it was better than that.
I watched maybe a minute of this movie because I like to watch a movie not have to read the script AND try to watch it. So if you're like me you're better off just leaving this movie where its at! It's too bad I had to give it a little bit of a star.