Truth or Dare (2013) - Horror, Thriller

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Six college kids find internet stardom when they make "Truth or Dare" videos with a violent twist. It is all fun and games until their number one fan decides he wants to play by his own rules.

IMDB: 4.7
Director: Jessica Cameron
Stars: Jessica Cameron, Brandon Van Vliet
Length: 84 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 8 out of 56 found boring (14.28%)

One-line Reviews (26)

The scenes are intense and keep you on the edge of your seat.

Then things took an intense twist.

Intense, non-stop horror--not for the faint of heart.

The problem is after a while, it just gets boring.

I am more of the whole play up the agony,and tragedy of the tale with something this over the top to make a real gripping experience.

They have a clear picture of the story they are telling and don't waste any time with gratuitous horror clichés.

It's a dark, twisted, scary, suspenseful, gross, thriller of a movie!

Secondly some of the decisions these characters made are mind boggling, like I actually couldn't believe!

"Truth or Dare" once again proves that an emotionally engaging horror movie can be made on a low budget.

Unexpected & Excellent .

Truth or Dare certainly possesses an original, imaginative and topical storyline based on the now popular style of Reality TV Shows which injected humour at unexpected moments which was immediately appreciated by the audience judging by the instant laughter generated who recognised the perfect timing by the actors delivering the lines.

The acting was compelling throughout.

This is a terrible waste of anybodies time.

Still this is a low-budget indie horror and, as fans, we look past trite or wafer thin plotting to judge our chosen niche on its own merits.

The movie takes this step and what may be cliché, turns it on its head, and takes off.

While I found the truth portions of this movie more entertaining than the dare portions, I have to say both portions left me entertained.

Intense and over the top and doesn't bear thinking about after, but when it's on it's good and gripping.

True to form, Jessica offeres screams galore along with an intriguing plot line!!!

Occasionally, an indie movie gets the mainstream recognition it deserves and gives its stars their break, a la the Soskas and 'American Mary'; more frequently one is marketed well and gains a mainstream audience who then find it to be derivative and boring tosh and the whole indie movement is pushed back into financial hibernation once again.

The first hr of the movie is semi-interesting; when the "killer" comes into play that's when it gets gory and a bit dull.

It becomes super dull and you're totally desensitized with 20 minutes left.

the characters seemed so cliché at first until you slowly got to know them all.

It's a sad day in filmmaking when blood and guts makes me yawn.

These are exciting times in the world of scary movies in that women are making their mark in the genre as writers, producers and directors of horror films.

Now, many festivals and dozens of awards later, I was finally able to see this horror film at Immersed in Ink's Tinley Park Tattoo Arts & Horror Festival yesterday (4/19/14).

Reviews are saying people left the screens over the gore, but in my case many left because they were bored.