a missing school girl appears, bloodied and deeply traumatised
a police psychologist is soon on the scene to try and find
out why she disappeared. It seems that, desperate to avoid
a school fieldtrip to Wales three rebellious friends enlist
Martin the school nerd to help them avoid a boring time. Mike
agrees to hide them in an underground bunker as long as they
let his friend Liz join them - Martin is in love with Liz,
but she will not return that love. When Martin doesn't return
to let them out the bunker looks set to become a tomb for
the four teenagers...
a web of intrigue, right from the opening sequence the director
plays on our emotions to help keep the viewer off guard. Thirty
minutes into the movie you think you know it all! You know
why Martin is a nutter, you realise that although he was a
jealous individual that he would never have let the joke go
too far and that in the end he was just playing a stupid mind
game. But boy are you in for a shock!
movie is well constructed and you start believing that while
it was a practice joke gone wrong that in the end at least
everyone is OK. But as things unfold I found out asking myself
why you were never shown the police interrogating the other
three students - all is revealed.
you are claustrophobic then this movie will drain the life
out of you - imagine been stuck in an underground soundproof
bunker in the middle of the woods with no chance of being
discovered... Not a pretty thought is it?
movie is similar in style to Shallow Grave and just
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