Four teenagers decide to bunk a class trip and instead hide away in a bunker near their school. Eighteen days later, only one girl emerges, bloody and traumatised. She recounts the horrible story of what happened to a psychologist, after the initial sex games wore off and hunger, frustration and dehydration set in.
104 minutes, No persons under 16 (Language, Violence)
Ian Douglas: Mmm... this kinda reminded me of Reindeer Games and Wild Things... another case of ''Who's Fooling Who''. What initially
starts off as a case of ''He said, She said'' quickly develops into ''She is not as innocent as she looks''. But before I give too much away,
the film has an interesting premise but somehow lacks tension. So the director/scriptwriters resort to really cheap theatricals in an
attempt to frighten the audience. The tricks work, but you immediately feel cheated afterwards. I found the most curious thing to
be the love interest, who looks exactly like Tom Cruise's younger, bigger, brother...