Ruin Me Reviews

February 2, 2021
In Ruin Me, six people attend a 36-hour Slasher Sleepout, and - wouldn't you know it - start getting picked off one by one. Is it just a game or not?
April 14, 2020
... it's a lot of twists that lead nowhere really and become frustrating as they accumulate with no real results or no real impact on the story and its ending. The lead is interesting enough and gives a good performance showing the strength to survive...
March 2, 2019
Although it's not perfect, Ruin Me succeeds in pulling off a few surprises in a genre that's difficult to do that in.
December 7, 2018
Ruin Me is deficient in all the usual ways that mark a low-budget indie horror feature, but for all its flaws, the film still has one undeniably gratifying hook.
December 5, 2018
Despite some clumsy acting and a little forced dialogue, Ruin Me is a magnetic take on a new realm of horror entertainment.
November 1, 2018
This concept horror from Preston DeFrancis tries to combine the shlocky guesswork of a whodunnit in with the craze of Escape Rooms to middling effect.
October 8, 2018
At first glimpse, neo-slasher Ruin Me seems to be running face-first into the razorblade traps of postmodern spoof. Yet that glib and well-worn trope is just a mask to hide a more incisive kind of fright.
September 24, 2018
DeFrancis and Bissett's script never quite recovers its footing, resulting in a climactic chase that feels too drawn out... Despite the polarizing scene, there's a lot to recommend about Ruin Me.
August 29, 2018
Ruin Me is a rip-roaring ode to the slasher genre. With giggles, gore and homages aplenty, this is an absolute delight for genre fans.
June 6, 2018
Around the midway point, "Ruin Me" takes interesting turns with both plot and protagonist, ratchets up the mystery, and treks into unanticipated territory.
September 1, 2017
While it might not reinvent the wheel for slasher movies, it's a decent effort anchored by a great central performance.
August 31, 2017
It's DeFrancis' feature debut and will certainly succeed in getting him noticed.
August 29, 2017
Self-consciously reconstructed from references to Saw, Freaks, Shutter Island and any number of slashers, Ruin Me is a postmodern horror that makes its own manipulative use of familiar scenarios very much a part of its plotting machinery.