When spring break starts, Markie Cameron (Violett Beane) cajoles her best friend Olivia Barron (Lucy Hale) into joining their gang in Mexico for a two-week vacation. On their last night, the already sloshed bunch of kids looks for more alcohol when a random stranger at the bar, Carter (Landon Liboiron) offers to take them to an abandoned missionary, in a secluded area, with the promise of providing them with unlimited booze. Once in, Carter suggests they play the game of truth or dare and that’s exactly when the paranormal and at times fatal incidents start taking place.
‘Truth or Dare’ is one of those horror-thriller flicks you wish they were at good as their trailer. The fright element in this Jeff Wadlow-helmed movie is so passé. Characters come in and out of demonic possession randomly and everything about the paranormal elements is just OTT. The ghostly sounds are a constant reminder of the 90’s horror films.
The actors except Lucy Hale have done an average job. Lucy shines bright in this flick, yet again. The writing was much predictable. Although, the background score will startle you at times, which makes the movie a bit better and eerie.
If you’re an avid horror flick watcher, then ‘Truth or Dare’ is not for you. If you expect some nail-biting and scream-filled moments from your horror flick, then you will be a bit disappointed. The story of the film is pretty interesting, but we won’t suggest you to waste your time on this one.
When spring break starts, Markie Cameron (Violett Beane) cajoles her best friend Olivia Barron (Lucy Hale) into joining their gang in Mexico for a...2.5