I was really surprised with this movie. I thought it was going to be totally predictable and played out. They surprised me; it was really good. I loved how the same day would start over and over again. You’d think that it would get boring, but the way they kept switching things up kept you on the edge of your seat. I thought twice that I had figured out who the killer was, but they kept spinning a great story, and I was wrong both times. The ending was a surprise and really fun to watch. There was an underlying message to the movie; it wasn’t just a slasher flick. This would make a great date night movie.
About The Peetimes: Two Peetimes were submitted for this movie. Both work equally well, but I’ll warn you, after the second Peetime you shouldn’t leave your seat.
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