At high school, the popular teens cruelly taunt the outcasts over an upcoming costume party that's due to be the coolest event of the year. But the party is actually part of a plan by the nerds to get even for years of bullying. Led by the unpredictable Dane (Donato), they're heavily armed and extremely well-prepared. And before they know what hit them, the cool kids are tied up and seemingly in one of those Saw movies, facing unspeakable torture at the hands of the people they have tormented.
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In the end, I had to admit it: Rachel Hunter is the worst movie cop of all time. And what's the point of hiring a supermodel if you're going to give her an enormous facial abrasion to wear through the entire film? It's distracting, it's ugly... and oddly, it's the most interesting thing to consider in this film.
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