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A deranged killer targets six high school friends who’ve gathered for a reunion party at a secluded hunting cabin. When several of the group go missing, tensions escalate as they begin to suspect each other of senseless and brutal crimes. As the night progresses, a secret is uncovered which reveals one of the most controversial and brutal endings in cinematic history.

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Product Details

  • Actors: Christian Anderson, Mark Carducci
  • Directors: Michael A. Hoffman
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Shock-O-Rama Cinema
  • DVD Release Date: March 9, 2010
  • Run Time: 82 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0031DRVRS
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #205,008 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Length: 2:08 Mins
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As with others of its ilk, the lack of character development is what makes ROT sputter. Some of them are adequately introduced, but they all boast muddy motivations and have a difficult time rising above stereotype. Perhaps it's because director Michael A. Hoffman is mostly concerned with thinking of ways to thematically leap between slasher conventions, all to no avail. The tonal shifts, for instance, accomplish nothing but unevenness; at first, ROT is a mystery, then it switches to campy comedy, then to romantic drama, before throwing a bit of blood in the viewer's face!

An unknown cast supplies the lion's share of performances, and they are all negligible. Only John Shumski (American Gladiators), as the drooling hillbilly ranger with a nasty tongue, escapes mediocrity. As with the situation, I simply couldn't buy into any of these performers, particularly when they rarely exhibit any kind of depth or dimension. The obvious dialogue certainly doesn't help either; it's impossible to accept any of these characters as college students, let alone high-school graduates. The bottom line is you could care less if any of these people lives or dies; the kiss of death for all slasher movies.

You have NO hints to the killers motives until the end, so it's a cheat as a mystery, and while the motive may apply to SOME of the cast, it still does not explain why the prolouge killings occured.

You're better off spending your money and time on other things.

Trust me.
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By Bella on February 12, 2014
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This movie's story line had such a different and unique concept.. I liked how it was written..
N That Tyrone... He is one HOT man!!
I recommend this to anyone who is looking for new ideas
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to tell you the truth this slasher wasn't all that good like some of the critics say, very low budget movie, the kill scenes suck, the story wasn't bad, suspenseful, and does have a shocking ending. I was hoping more of kind of like the 80's type slasher movies you may disagree but the kind of slashers i like are no offscreen kills, i like more onscreen kills, and what was up with the beginning it was like watching a porn which made no sense. I don't think i would recommend this to slasher fans but if you want suspense you may want this.
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Anyone familiar with low budget/generally low quality B horror flicks (which I happen to love) will recognize some of the cast from Sigma Die, an otherwise terrible flick that, for some completely unidentifiable reason, appeals to me. What Sigma Die lacked in acting and plot, it made up for with a fun playfulness that makes it a bearable, guilty pleasure. None of that is to be found in this flick. It is a much more serious horror film lacking the comedic elements that saved Sigma Die. However, far worse, the movie is introduced as a who-done-it type of flick, foreshadowing something bad, then CONSTANTLY implying that the evildoer is someone among the core team of actors. It just gets annoying after a while. When the film tries to imply the killer is a certain actor, annoying techniques are used - for exe, the screen will change color, an odd noise will be played, funky camera work, etc. The problem is this technique is reused about once every 2 minutes for the entire movie and it really starts to grate after a few. The director simply doesn't have the skill necessary to perform a film of this type off. Highly encourage you to avoid.
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