Saturday, March 10, 2012

Wrong Game ASL movie



Today I watched Wrong Game with friends. If you like thrillers that keep you guessing through several twists and turns, then this movie is for you. But be warned, Wrong Game is SCARY. It would be a perfect film to watch around Halloween or any time of the year you find yourself in the mood for psychological suspense.

The movie starts by showing a children's birthday party game that goes horribly wrong. Many years later ten deaf strangers regain consciousness to find themselves tied up and locked in the basement of a very strange house. They have no memory of being brought there and are wondering what is going on. Soon they discover, each of them had agreed to participate in a game with a $10 million dollar prize. When they review the rules of the game, they discover that in the fine print they have waived all their rights in case of injury and death. The kicker is the group has one hour to play "the game" and only one of them can survive to win.




As with Gerald and Black Sand, two other ASL Films productions I have seen, all is not as it seems. Wrong Game's plot reminded me of the classic Agatha Christie mystery "And Then There Were None" also known as "Ten Little Indians". I'm not going to reveal any more details. You will have to watch for yourself to find out the secret of the game.

I highly recommend this movie to you. The captioned DVD is available for sale through ASL Films Store.


5 comments:

Liz said...

Looks good and scary.

Jay said...

so who survives at the end what happened

SpeakUp Librarian said...

That would be telling!
You will just have to watch for yourself, Jay.

trixie said...

Isn't there a book that this movie is based on??

SpeakUp Librarian said...

I don't know of any other book than the one by Agatha Christie I mentioned in the review.