Dead Body (2017)

Dead Body (2017)

Rachel BrunNate PringleSpencer HampJay Myers
Bobbin Ramsey


Dead Body (2017) is a English movie. Bobbin Ramsey has directed this movie. Rachel Brun,Nate Pringle,Spencer Hamp,Jay Myers are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2017. Dead Body (2017) is considered one of the best Horror,Mystery movie in India and around the world.

Nine high school kids celebrate graduation at a secluded home in the wilderness. They fight, philander, and feel nostalgic as they embark on a life away from home, in college. Once the party dies down they play a game: Dead Body. But when one party-goer takes the game too far, actually murdering the other guests one by one, it's up to the group to set aside their tensions, and ferret out the murderer before it's too late.


Dead Body (2017) Reviews

  • It was worth the time. Give it a chance.


    Overall, I enjoyed this movie. I felt the acting was average, nothing special but nothing cringe worthy like in other movies I have seen. If it wasn't for the quality in filming, music choice/placement and well done gore it could have not been as good. If you are like me and can call everything in a movie when you watch it, then you will know who the killer is right from the beginning. If you watch it and don't try to guess, then you are in for a good shock. I have to disagree with the person who gave this movie a 1. I thought the plot/story was strong and that was the one thing I was not able to guess. I had a totally different idea for what the killers motive was. Well paced, well made and an enjoyable cast. I highly recommend watching this one! It deserves to have an audience. Great job to those who were involved in the film!

  • Better than the other reviews say it is


    Good movie all around, has people drinking and partying. Some cussing, kissing, no nudity. Lots of blood and some gory moments. Kids and I really enjoyed it, not the best but far from the worst.

  • Better than the rating suggests


    The only other review has this movie at a 1. It definitely does not deserve that. If you are a horror fan and/or a who done it fan you will probably like this. Is the acting Oscar winning? No...But does it keep your interest and have some decent gore? Yes...Besides a few dull moments this is a hidden gem on Amazon Prime. Check it out if you get the chance.

  • Oh! It's You


    The "Oh! It's you" 80s horror trope got annoying fast (SEE: mainly, Happy Birthday to Me,) but my horror-friend at work and I love to say it to each other all the time, followed by laughter. No spoiler, although...this movie begins with a version of that phrase and then dives right into a fun and funny weekend getaway beginning 12 hours earlier. Nothing original yet, but the party at this cabin in the woods felt real and I was totally invested in the characters. These actors truly portrayed old and new "friends." Then, as with the night, it gets dark and darker once the Movie's Title comes into play. One thing bad with streaming movies and me, I get distracted and distracted bad. In fact, I must've seen this incredibly short 80-minute movie 3-4x all the way through with starts, restarts, pausing, refreshing over a course of 3 days. And yet, when they explain the rules of Movie's Title (a scene I probably saw 4x) I still don't get it. Eh, it's just an excuse for the gang to avoid playing PlayStation 2 and wander around in the dark so Oh! It's You can hunt them down for real. I liked the movie despite the shift in tone from a fun and witty opening (which was better than the actual plot.) The ending might be laughable to some, but I gave it a pass. Or passes? Saw that a few times. And it was wildly predictable. So, when I said in the beginning "No spoiler, although..." in reference to the Oh! It's You killer, it totally gave it away to me. That wasn't much of a surprise, especially with their weak ways to red herring us. Still, it's genuine up front, brutal for horror fans following and yeah, I did like the ending. It certainly swayed from most of these kinds of movies. Definitely recommended. *** Final thoughts: One of my distractions, in the opening, I thought this was going to be a horror-comedy. So, my mind wandered into making a top ten best horror-comedy list off the top of my head and without research. This movie wouldn't fall under it, since it never ended up being a comedy, and this list is irrelevant to this film...but since, I took the time to make it... Top Ten Best Horror-Comedies: 10. Planet Terror 9. Bride of Chucky 8. Young Frankenstein 7. The Babysitter 6. Shaun of the Dead 5. Tucker & Dale vs. Evil 4. The Cabin in the Woods 3. The Final Girls 2. Scary Movie 1. Student Bodies

  • Wasn't Oscar winning, but I thoroughly enjoyed it!


    Fun little movie to watch if you get a chance. The acting wasn't amazing, and I guessed who the killer was like 10 minutes into the movie, but there was some good gore effects, and it was fun to watch. Definitely doesn't deserve to be rated so poorly.

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