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    • by Jermaine McKenzie

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      Stay Alive, directed by William Brent Bell is rated PG-13 by the Motion Picture Asociation od America for horror violence, disturbing images, language, brief sexual and drug content. The original release date was March 24, 2006. This movie falls in the genre of Horror/Thriller and stars Jon Foster as Hutch, Samaire Armstrong as Abigail, Frank Muniz as

      Swink, Jimmi Simpson as Phineus and Sophia Bush as October.

      Gamers enter a world of wonder and murder. For if you die in the game, you will die in real life. And it just so happens that the exact way you die in the game, so shall it be when you die outside the game. Yawn!!!

      This movie will ...

      • take you on an 85 minute torture fest of bad acting, worse plot and terrible direction in every sense of the words.

        You are required to be prepared for a lengthy stay and badly animated gaming platform and mind numbing dialog.

        Once again it is proven that if a movie is rated PG-13, how can you take it seriously

        as a true horror movie. If a child of 13 years of age can sit with you and endure the utter stupidity that this movie gives, how can an adult with higer horro expectations really feel about it.

        Don’t waste you time, or the time af any 13 year old. This movie should just go away and stay away. It’s terrible!

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