Tuesday, 29 May 2018


Director: Jeff Wadlow
Cast: Lucy Hale , Tyler Posey , Violett Beane , Sophi Ali , Landon Liboiron , Hayden Szeto , Aurora Perrineau , Sam Lerner , Brady Smith , Tom Choi , Greg Daniel , Vera Taylor , Tim Neff
Plot: Olivia, Lucas and a group of their college friends travel to Mexico for one last getaway before graduation. While there, a stranger convinces one of the students to play a seemingly harmless game of truth or dare with the others. Once the game starts, it awakens something evil -- a demon which forces the friends to share dark secrets and confront their deepest fears. The rules are simple but wicked tell the truth or die, do the dare or die, if stop playing, you die!!

My Movie Review: The movie is a silly thriller dressed in cheeky horror that got harsh reviews! Blumhouse's Truth or Dare is young spitted mind games about spring breakers who went to Mexico to have fun and get pumped but invited by stranger into abandon house to get played:( This movie is joyful to watch my kind of horror not that scary but creep teenagers is like my fun and this one have that fast paced shock value little bit playful plus unpredictable end took turn:) Lucy Hale is laser focus in stopping the demon in a twisted game and keeping her friends safe but she didn't succeed in killing the curse spread it online in expense to keep the closest friend. At least we got to see ride or die friendship, that you'll do everything for one that means to you.

Movie News: The production company behind Get Out and Happy Death Day has another hit with this Final Destination-lite shocker. Each friend is visited by a demonic presence that overtakes the body of someone close to them in order to ask the all-important question. The rules of the game are simple: you choose truth or you choose, dare you decide to skip you die. After a rushed, entirely unscary opening scene and some rather dry character-setting dialogue, there are some smartly crafted titles that showcase the group’s vacation through social media posts alone. It’s indicative of the film that follows, which sees college students behaving like college students would forever texting, snapping and gaming, the film’s more believable touch:)

Source: https://www.theguardian.com/film/2018/apr/11/truth-or-dare-review/

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