A group of high school outcasts are constantly bullied and teased by the popular kids in school. Deciding they have had enough, the group plans a party to get all the popular kids in one place with plans to torture them and teach them a lesson. This Horrorfest film stands out as one of the better movies from the series. I love the premise of the film and at times found myself cheering out loud, but it largely fails to live up to the potential it has. This could have been an outstanding film but settles for being fairly good. Though there are a lot of intense scenes with interesting torture methods, there is little blood or gore in the film. There is a lot of hit or miss in this movie--some of the dialogue is really bad, but there are a few times it is really good. The costumes worn by the outcasts are really cool but the one worn by the leader distorts his voice to an almost inaudible level.
There are even a few things dropped early in the film that make a big difference later. The acting is pretty bland with the exception of newcomer Lindsay Seidel, who is very convincing and effective as outcast Emily. The beginning and end of the film wrap everything up nicely. I enjoyed the film for the most part and I would recommend it.
On A Scale Of One To Ten: 7