Written by: Dabodi
Read Agatha Christie's Ten Little Indians and you will always know who the killer is in these type of whodunit mysteries. In fact, there are several remakes and revisions of the original story that I can figure out the killer everytime. This movie was no different. The key to making this type of movie work is the misdirection, which this movie did very well in spite of knowing who the killer was all along.
The desolation and the desperation of the charachters in this movie really makes it edgy and keeps the audience hooked from the beginning. It is always a horror fans treat when the charachters begin to turn on each other, and it is a bonus when they begin to off each other. The death scenes were imaginative and gory but typical.
The only problem that I see with this movie is the killer is a real dork and talks like some backwater, inbred, redneck and the charachters are all flawed and cliched. If the killer had been more intimidating or scary I might have given this flick a higher rating. Anyway, it is a good rent and will keep you fairly interested