Ruin Me (2017)

Marcienne DwyerMatt DellapinaChris HillEva Hamilton
Preston DeFrancis


Ruin Me (2017) is a English movie. Preston DeFrancis has directed this movie. Marcienne Dwyer,Matt Dellapina,Chris Hill,Eva Hamilton are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2017. Ruin Me (2017) is considered one of the best Horror,Mystery,Thriller movie in India and around the world.

Welcome to Slasher Sleepout: The Ultimate Horror Movie Experience. It's part camping trip, part haunted house, and part escape room, all rolled into one extreme 36-hour event. Six strangers are hooded, dropped in the middle of the woods, and must navigate increasingly strange and dangerous mysteries. Alexandra, the only participant who has never even seen a horror film, reluctantly tags along with her boyfriend. But one by one, the other campers meet grisly fates, and Alex must unravel the mystery of who's responsible if she wants to have any hope of survival.

Ruin Me (2017) Reviews

  • Not good


    The 7 points rating is clearly a scam. I gave this movie a shot only because of that rating, so now I must let everyone know that the movie sucks. A couple goes out into the woods in one of those group game experiences where the theme is Horror/Horror Movies. After finding some clues and solving some riddles, people start dying. The main character has to fight for survival while trying to figure out what's real in the game or not. A good premise, but it all goes straight to hell fast, The main problem with this film is probably the acting, along with a feeble script and characters we couldn't care less about. All the clichés are there and even if this was an attempted homage to horror, it failed miserably. It gets ridiculously predictable by the end and the ending itself comes as a relief after the hour and a half we just wasted. Definitely: avoid.

  • Average at best


    Given it 5 stars out of 10 for it's attempt at something a little different from the norm, also given the obvious low budget, the film does not look cheap and the actors were decent enough. There is another older movie in the name of 'April Fools Day' a 1986 film which is similar in some ways to this one, but does it a whole lot better!

  • Not great, not horrible


    I see a lot of prettty good reviews, which I'm a bit skeptical about... This movie was definitely not the worst, but it was far from great. The plot is somewhat predictable, halfway through you start suspecting the perfect boyfriend might not be so perfect after all... The acting was better than I expected (I'll give it that). But overall it's a very forgettable movie.

  • Where are all these good reviews coming from?


    Seriously, this was terrible. I never stop watching a movie halfway through because I don't like it, but with this I simply just couldn't continue. The acting is extremely bad and I couldn't care less about any of the characters. The character that annoyed me the most was the wannabe-goth emo guy. It's just terrible writing and littered with clichés that aren't even done in a way as a homage to the horror scene. Just skip this, really. It's a train wreck.

  • Waste of time.


    It started like what could have been a somewhat entertaining movie, an escape room experience as a slasher sleepaway camp. But when characters start to "die" off camera it goes from average movie to awful pretty fast. The acting is bad, cliche characters, most choices are dumb, interactions are awkward, basically making you want to stop wasting time on this. The jealous evil boyfrienf ending is so bad. You spend all the movie seeing fake stuff to end with that awful ending that has nothing to do with the whole movie besides a single scene. Also as a side note, being in a polygami relationship doesn't make you want to have sex with whatever breaths.

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