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A New Year's bash in an abandoned high-rise building turns into a grisly bloodbath when five guests receive a mysterious txt invite to a VIP party on the 27th floor. Joined by two crashers, the strangers soon realize they're trapped and the only way out are the twisted clues left by a murderous psychopath. The catch? Each game leads to one of their own gruesome deaths. With a series of shocking twists, STEEL TRAP holds you in its grip all the way to its mind-blowing ending.
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To me this movie isnt bad even though it has a saw vibe. ( pig heads and some traps). My biggest complaint is the actiing is bad. Other than that this is a good movie although I have mixed feelings about the ending.
Steel Trap has none of the elements that make horror films compelling. The characters are boring and hardly given more than a few minutes to explain their backstory. In this case, it was worse than having no backstory and simply having the characters beheaded, impaled, disemboweled or some other variant. The victims are so dull and flat that more screentime devoted to tension and mood would have done the film wonders. As far as the deaths go, there is no creativity present. Some "traps" are done better at your average high school haunted house.
I do give the creators credit for wrapping everything up nicely with plausible explanations, but that in no way compensates for the atrocious (and ultimately ineffective) attempts to scare the viewer. The characters are so dumb and their behaviour so unbelievable that suspension of disbelief is not really an option. They quickly discover the elephantine contrast between the killer's strength and resourcefulness and their own. Not two minutes later, one of them is isolated. Cue the "suspenseful music" and denouement that even a horror greenhorn could see coming, and you have a recipe for boredom and (hopefully) box office and DVD sale impotence.
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Of course STEEL TRAP is no new classic or anything.
It's SAW, without the gore and shoddy directing.Read more