This film wasn't nearly as bad as The Devil Times Six, and not nearly as terrifying as The Devil Times Five-Squared. Here, JPX and Catfreeeek give their take on it.
Children are involved in a car accident and find a bunch of gullible adults hanging out at a "chalet" -- which, by definition, is NOT a chalet and more like a cabin -- then slowly off them one by one. Each child has his or her own personality (though in all honesty there wasn't much time developing the girl characters other than that they were needy; Leif Garrett's character also falls under this category), which by contrast I could hardly distinguish any of the adult's personalities or motives. All I could see was that they were either cranky drunks or horny drunks. Which would lead any of these kids to believe that there is nothing promising about adulthood, and at this point it only seems logical that they all die horrible deaths.
|Nothing promising about adulthood.|