A couple of teenagers decide to spend their holidays in the remote holiday house of one of their friends but once they arrive, they quickly get entangled in a deadly game. A psychopath is determined to proove that when pushed to the limit, anyone would kill to survive and therefore the teenagers get a choice: before 6AM one of them gets to leave the house if he or she has killed everyone else. If not, everyone dies…
Sound and Vision:
The image and sound are what you would expect from a recent DVD release. The image quality is decent although some dark scenes lack a bit of detail. The sound does its job nicely with sporadic use of surround speakers for effects and some music but most focus is on the front channels for dialogue.
Kill Theory is a pretty standard horror movie with a plot that we’ve seen multiple times already. The only unexpected part is the very ending but luckily that doesn’t matter as the cast does a fairly decent job. There’s nothing really special about Kill Theory and everything you expect happens, but it’s all done in a craftly manner and you won’t get bored too much. A decent horror movie but nothing more. I would suggest to rent it before buying.