Genre: Horror

Director: David Winkler

Screenplay: Adam Gross and Seth Gross

Starring: Jensen Ackles, Dominique Swain, Shannyn Sossaman, William Sadler, and Teach Grant

It’s Jake’s birthday, and to celebrate, his friend invites him to play a game that randomly calls you and gives you orders. He thinks the game is harmless and joins in. No one informs him of the deadly consequences. On top of that, there may be an even deeper connection between the game and Jake, one Jake never saw coming.

Okay the main reason to watch this movie is because you like one of the actors and care stare upon their visage for a period of time, of course hopefully not in a creepy way. That was my reason, and that was purely its only entertaining factor. The story line isn’t that strong though tries to act like it’s psychological and gripping. I give it the psychological, more because at the end of the movie I had a letdown wtf moment. The acting was okay too, except for the sex scene. I am not one to usually comment on such moments in film history, but this was probably the most awkward one I have ever seen. The actors seemed uncomfortable, but you could clearly tell that they were overly trying to make it seem that they were indeed supposed to be having fun. Just awkward.

I give this film 1 Buttery Kernals.

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