Would You Rather

Would You Rather

DVD - 2013
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After the tragic death of her parents, Iris is desperate to make ends meet while caring for her terminally ill younger brother. When seemingly philanthropic aristocrat Shepard Lambrick expresses an interest in helping them with untold riches, she finds herself in a group of similarly desperate individuals all looking to make easy money. The guests soon find themselves trapped in Lambricks mansion and forced to play a sadistic game of Would You Rather, where the only winner will get out alive.
Publisher: New York : MPI Media Group, 2013.
ISBN: 9780788616839
Branch Call Number: DVD Would
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (93 min.) :,sd., col. ;,4 3/4 in.


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Aug 30, 2018

This was a great horror movie. This movie was about a woman named Iris who had a younger brother with a deadly disease. In order to cure him, she needed a lot of money. To get money, she goes to a place where many people were going for dinner. Once she gets there, she finds out that everyone needs to play would you rather in the most horrible way to win money. The questions were awful, such as, would you rather kill the person on your right or left? At the end, there are only two people left. Iris and another guy, who was helping her throughout the game. Iris was given the last question. Would you rather kill the remaining person or yourself. If she chose to kill him, she would get the money. If she chose to kill herself, she would not be able to save her brother. What will she choose? Watch the movie to find out! This was a great horror movie in the form of a game. It was very unique, but the ending was just extremely shocking. I personally did not like the ending, but it was still a good ending to a horror movie. I would recommend this movie to people who actually like watching horror movies. Rating- 4.5/5 @Vanilla of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library

Feb 01, 2017

Everybody's played the game "Would You Rather...?" at some time or another. Would you rather burn to death or freeze to death? Would you rather eat slugs or spiders? Now you can watch the game hosted by a sadistic billionaire, with the players his desperate dinner guests. All of the guests (with one exception) seem to be kind, decent people at the beginning, but as the game goes on, alliances are made and broken, escapes and rescues ensue, and one inevitably emerges as the winner. Props to the butler and the billionaire, for a perfect blend of urbane civilization and brutality, though it was a bit unbelievable in parts and I thought the ending a little weak.

crazybobsavage Nov 19, 2015

Such a good movie. Dark, but not scary. Very interesting and well done. I wish more movies were made like this.

coneyisland67 Sep 15, 2015

This movie is a lesser version of the movie "SAW". It is a crazy movie to watch.

kevfarley Mar 06, 2015

"Disturbing, twisted, disgusting", etc., etc.,
...but a well made movie, and an absorbing nightmare!

The escalating writing, and better acting, by the victims, was very intense,.. although somewhat lessened by the weaker portrayals by the bad guys.

(Kev's PICkS: see this film in combination with "Cheap Thrills",.. for an leaner and better crafted example of this 'Torture Trash' genre.)

Feb 01, 2014

Wow. Seriously sick and twisted premise! But interesting to watch. Not entirely believable, and I didn't buy the ending. But the very last scene, I thought was great. Not sure I would recommend this, really. Too vile.

dollfacecrafter Nov 01, 2013

pretty good, some parts were dumb, but pretty horrifying.......ending was perfect.

HollieAttack Oct 22, 2013

It was a tad boring at first, but as it got into the part where they started playing would you rather, it got more interesting.


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