Kill Theory (2009)

Kill Theory

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Feast producer Chris Moore makes his feature directorial debut with this shocker concerning a group of vacationing college graduates who become the unwilling participants in a sadistic game of kill or be killed. Having just completed their finals and received their diplomas, a small group of recent college graduates decide to celebrate their accomplishment by taking a trip to a secluded cabin in the woods. Just as they're settling in for the time of their lives, however, a violent psychopath … More

Rating: R (for strong bloody violence, pervasive language and some sexual content)
Genre: Mystery & Suspense, Horror
Directed By:
Written By: Kelly C. Palmer
In Theaters:
On DVD: Mar 23, 2010
Runtime:
After Dark Films

Cast


as Dr. Karl Truftin

as Carlos

as Killer
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Audience Reviews for Kill Theory

If you go in with zero expectations, then you will enjoy this movie. Acting is solid, characters are believable and nothing outrageous happens that would make you say "You've got to be kidding?!" And there is a small twist at the end.

itsjustme2004
Cynthia S.

Super Reviewer

It was pretty bad actually...not that it's surprising or anything.

The whole thing was like a bad "Saw" imitation. The plot was so unoriginal. A bunch of teens stuck in a "game" where they have to kill each other to survive. Most of the actors are pretty lame. Most of the movie is them screaming and cussing at each other. I can scream and cuss too! Except when I do it, it's probably more interesting.

There was a good or somewhat good twist at the end though and that's where the 40% came in. In the beginning we see the killer talking with his psychologist or doctor or whatever. Apparently, the killer was in a mountain climbing accident and had to kill his three friends in order to survive. The psychologist tells him that no one else would've made that choice and that is why the killer has to keep seeing the doctor. The accusation the psychologist made is what sparks the killer's experiment with the kids. The whole experiment like I said was stupid and unoriginal. But at the end, we see that the experiment was performed on the psychologist's son. The son was the one who started killing everyone in order to survive. I thought that was a nice twist. Especially since there were little hints in the storyline like when one of the friends of the son said "you talk about the killer like you know him!" Well obviously the son knew something about the killer, since his father worked with him. I thought it was clever.

Anyway, this review is probably confusing for those that haven't seen it and for that I apologize. I didn't feel like summarizing the entire movie then explaining it. It's a bad movie, so skip it.

Japes
Japes .

Super Reviewer

½

Unlikable characters act in predictable, unrealistic, unlikable ways. The "deadly game" holds no suspense, no surprises, and a pointless antagonist.

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Steve K

Super Reviewer

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