An undercover female cop enters Belmont High as a transfer student, after several girls in the area go missing. While trying to assimilate in the school, she and her new friends are lured into a place where they must fight for their lives.
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A community is under siege as three Belmont Highschool coed students go missing with no trace of their whereabouts. The pressure is on the police to capture the culprits responsible. Scouring the school hallways in search of clues, undercover female detective Maggie Rawdon (Jessica Sonnerborn) enters Belmont High as a transfer student in an attempt to solve the hideous disappearance of the students. Maggie makes a few new friends, and gets invited to a private rave in the country. Just as the group begins to suspect that they've taken a wrong turn, however, the trap is sprung and Maggie finds out firsthand what fate has befallen the missing girls.Written by
First off, it's a B-movie horror flick. If you are not into the Bs, don't watch them. If you are, you will like this. Plot: Not too shabby. Plot twists are surprisingly well written and not nearly as transparent as usually found in Bombshell B-movies. Characters are reasonably well developed and identifiable. Acting: Again, surprisingly good out of the lead characters. T&A: Low. B-movies expect a certain amount. In this instance, the setting and situation involved in the climax of the plot (not spoiling) really demands at least a wee bit of gratuitous skin. Cinematography: Average. Nothing spectacular, but still normal. Overall: And I say again: If you like Bombshell B-movies it is worth your time. If you do not like them; you won't like this, because this is B-movie essence.
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