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Drinking Games (2012)

Not Rated | | Drama, Thriller | 5 June 2013 (USA)
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Five friends are trapped in a dorm by a blizzard on the last night of the semester, while a psychopath attempts to manipulate them into killing each other.

Director:

Ryan Gielen

Writers:

Blake Merriman, Blake Merriman (stage play)
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Credited cast:
Rob Bradford ... Noopie
Blake Merriman ... Richard
Nick Vergara Nick Vergara ... Shawn
Mike Pennacchio Mike Pennacchio ... Mickie
Katy Wright-Mead ... Erin
Joshua Sterling Bragg ... Tom
Riccarda Natalie Riccarda Natalie ... Melanie
Adriana DeGirolami ... Kennedy
Regan Lutz ... Young Melanie
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Andrew Gaul Andrew Gaul ... Marc
Kevin James McMullin Kevin James McMullin ... Party Guy 1
Matt Strickland Matt Strickland ... Party Guy 2
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Five friends are trapped in a dorm by a blizzard on the last night of the semester, while a psychopath attempts to manipulate them into killing each other.

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Drama | Thriller

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Not Rated
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Country:

USA

Language:

English | German

Release Date:

5 June 2013 (USA) See more »

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$30,000 (estimated)
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Believe Limited See more »
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22 March 2015 | by timlin-4See all my reviews

Synopsis is not correct, it's not really about a group of friends who are trapped, and it doesn't involve anyone being manipulated into murder. The setting is an end-of-the-semester party in a dorm room of a guy who wants to lose his virginity and his roommate who is trying to finish a paper. But a charismatic and intimidating acquaintance shows up, and he gradually becomes more dangerous...

Rob Bradford does a great job playing this sinister lead, and there is enough suspense created by the uncertainty of what he will do next. But the other characters are kind of non-entities despite the time the screenplay puts into them, and their motivations and actions often don't make much sense. The ending is particularly unsatisfying, like they didn't have time to finish.


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