Intrigued by the lectures of his criminal psychology professor (Glenn Quinn), Nick Collier (Rick Otto) invites ten friends to a going-away party for Jimmy (Lucas Babin), whom he has killed and stuffed into piece of living room furniture in the Las Vegas penthouse that's the scene of the party. Now Nick, desperate for fame, wants to slay the others one by one to see if he can get away with it. ~ Buzz McClain, Rovi
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I was rather disappointed in this movie. It had such a great idea - criminology student decides he can do as good a job at a mass murder as those that he's studied about, so he plans a party in order to murder everyone invited. But then it was like they had come up short on a 1000-word essay and had to just add a bunch of fluff to make it long enough. VERY slow and did not hold my or my husband's attention very well. Decent toward the end, but overall not a very good movie. I would suggest any of the Saw movies, Thr3e, or any of the Silence of the Lambs series - or even House of 9 - before this one.