Gina (Viktoria Winge) is getting married to Even and there is a bachelorette party planned by her girlfriends in a remote cabin in the Norwegian woods. And it will have a horror theme.
Yes the girls are having a grand time boozing it up and joking as they head off in a van to the cabin. Then as evening sets in the horror games begin as Gina has to follow clues and riddles in a sort of horror treasure hunt. Gina discovers very horrific scenes in this little game. She is very uneasy and seemingly edging toward a terrorized state. But is it a game or something more?
Something has gone terribly wrong as in this “game” dead bodies start adding up. And close to the end of the film, the clever person you are, you’ve picked up on clues that started right in the opening scene and are developed throughout the movie! It may very well be that you are being misled!
I must be careful not to spoil a horror movie particularly when it is a bachelorette slasher film. But I took the bait and just got everything wrong. Now if I had paid very close attention to the opening scene of the argument between Gina and her fiancée Even I would have had the answer. Enough said other than only at the conclusion of the film will you home in on the significance of that opening scene!
Spooky with a devilish twist! Remember gal pal Stine has been committed in the past but someone else too! Like a film with an unexpected twist this one is for you. Lots of blood and guts flying around. I say the biggest chill is at the closing scene of the film when a voice says, “You can start over again and this time it will be perfect”.
You’ll love the soundtrack.
RKS Film Rating 86/100.
You can see the trailer here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y-BDtGEIvUc
This 2019 film will arrive digitally on August 2 including iTunes, Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, Xbox and Vudu. It was directed by Geir Greni.