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A pointedly b-grade horror film, "Delirium" is kind of witty in that it will make you laugh at things that aren't right to laugh at. It seems like it was written, cast, and directed entirely on campus during semester. And since it is about a group of college students going on break, the acting is more or less convincing. The characters, a Lucky Charms bunch of stereotypically larger-than-life American college kids, is held together pretty well by the cast playing out the all-too-familiar scenario of technologically adapted Americans not knowing simple wilderness survival skills. The dialogue is pretty funny, including plenty of well-delivered strong cursing. However, the "moral of the story" voiceover at the end seems really misplaced with its suggestion that school shooters are really just nice people. And there's no way to tell if the misanthropic message is sincere and this movie is some angst-driven psychotic's unintentionally hilarious manifesto of hate, or if the humour in the film is genuine and the crazy bit at the end is typical drunk college student conversation material (which it is) that was meant as a finishing touch. The camera work is more than competent and the editing is pretty straight, even if it sometimes looks like "Easy Rider" got time-warped to 1997. You can catch this break in the Wal-Mart bargain bin collection, "Road Fury: 5 Movies". 2.5 / 5.
Stocky slasher/stalker plot, with z-grade filming, dull teen characters, and generic dialog. It's boring to follow, and the ending is typical.
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