It's off to college for sweet, young Cassie and her friends.
But that innocent pursuit of away-from-home fun, the undoing
of so many middle-America teens, soon ends in disaster. The
drinking and driving combination proves fatal yet again and
before you can say "Look out!!!" there's a car smash...
wakes up to find her boyfriend dead but the funny dreams soon
start and despite pleas from her best friend, Annabel (Eliza
Dushka - Buffy's Faith), to get out more the visions
just keep coming back. So it's back to the Goth club where
the accident happened for some bump 'n' grind hardcore music
and some long, sinister shadows. Oooh, I'm scared.
some light relief Cassie decides to repaint her flat and then
daub the remains of the tin on Annabel, just for fun. Cue
the shower scene with both girls washing away the surplus
emulsion - fully clothed! Bad idea.
yeah. watch for those visions! And let's not forget the vicar
who's dead but walking around. Jump cut follows jump cut -
funny camera angle follows funny camera angle - and before
you can say "stop, it's hurting" the twist is revealed. The
dead are living and the living are dead, or something like
I'd rather be smeared in Marmite and rolled in grass cuttings
than have to watch this film again. It really is that bad.
and yes, before you ask, Dushka does the sassy Goth chick
thing like in Buffy, but without the sharp dialogue.