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Synopsis

A college student relives the day of her murder with both its unexceptional details and terrifying end until she discovers her killer's identity.

Cast

  • Jessica Rothe
  • Israel Broussard
  • Ruby Modine
  • Rachel Matthews
  • Charles Aitken
  • Jason Bayle
  • Phi Vu
  • Donna Duplantier
  • GiGi Erneta
  • Rob Mello

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good storyline but could of been executed better

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It gets 5 stars for what it was a comedy it wasn’t meant to be scary and it wasn’t. It was funny and the jokes and plot twists were 90s teen movie reminiscent. I’d buy it on dvd and put it right between mean girls and he heathers.

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Taylor M

Metacritic

70
Oct 11, 2017

Thankfully never taking itself too seriously, the latest Jason Blum-produced comedy-thriller is happy to carve out its spot as the horror-themed, millennial-focused Groundhog Day, and to have fun doing so. A dynamic lead performance and a willingness to keep things short and snappy also ensure viewers won’t mind venturing into rehash territory.

Sarah Ward
Screen Daily
50
Oct 11, 2017

Although concentrating on delivering easily digestible situations and scene progressions, Landon does demonstrate some enticing visual flair that gets rather diminished by the repetitiveness of the plot.

Metacritic review by Justin Lowe
Justin Lowe
The Hollywood Reporter
65
Oct 11, 2017

Landon, who wrote four of the “Paranormal Activity” films, knows a lot about reverse engineering scary scenarios from mundane situations, but as with later installments of that series, he overcomplicates the logistics and mythology of the premise, aiming for something more raucous (and fun) in tone but lacking the intensity — or inevitability — to make its repetition feel truly chilling.

Metacritic review by Todd Gilchrist
Todd Gilchrist
TheWrap