6 Plots


Horror / Thriller

IMDb Rating 3.7 10 459


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July 17, 2020



Andy McPhee as Seedy Pub Barman
Eliza Taylor as Amy Challis
Ryan Corr as Braddock
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795.03 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
87 min
P/S N/A / N/A
1.44 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
87 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by nogodnomasters 4 / 10 / 10

Tick-Tock, Tick-Tock

Six pretentious teens whose demise I cheered on are somehow taken from a party and buried at various locations around the city. Brie (Alice Darling) a seventh teen is tasked with locating them and using the GPS feature on the phone wasn't her first choice. They attempted to create characters for the teens as a group and it didn't come off well. I didn't care for them. Not only were the teens pretentious, the whole plot seemed fake, more so than a masked inbred running around with a chainsaw that never has a chain jump, killing teens that had sex. Nothing like watching teens in a box on a smart phone talking to each, saying, "I see a box." Could it get any more boring? Guide: F-word. No sex or nudity.

Reviewed by paul_haakonsen 5 / 10 / 10

When good times go bad...

Essentially there was nothing thrilling or scary about this movie. "6 Plots" was more like an Australian daytime TV show prolonged and exposed to a Halloween theme. The story is about a group of seven youngsters, all friends, who live life carefree and partying. One party goes awry, and six out of the seven wake up encased in boxes, unable to escape, while the seventh is free and given a chance to save her six friends before they meet their untimely demise. It is a race against time with a mysterious killer always being one step ahead. There wasn't any real feeling of dread or fear throughout the movie, but still, director Leigh Sheehan did try hard enough. Perhaps it was the utter lack of interest that mostly all characters in the movie were shrouded in that ultimately led me to stop trying to get into it. The characters were incredibly two-dimensional and weren't really showing characteristics, having any kind of personal quirks, or actually coming off as anything but hollow, wooden dummies put on display in a pseudo-horror movie. I will say that the acting on most accounts was good enough, not great mind you, but good enough to make the movie watchable. Well, all except the teenager with the 'helmet-hair'. Wow, he was just atrocious. "6 Plots" seems something like a horror movie for teenagers, who wants to watch something pseudo-scary without actually venturing into the proper horror genre. And as an avid fan of the horror genre for more than 25 years, then to me "6 Plots" was uneventful, boring, anything but scary, and basically just well below mediocrity. This amounts to a mere 3 out of 10 stars rating here, and even then I feel like I am being generous.

Reviewed by bowmanblue 5 / 10 / 10

6 plots (and yet very little plot)

Australia does its best to mimic the slasher/Saw genre with this mishmash of different horror ideas. Six of the most obnoxious teenagers in the country get abducted and locked in boxes. Sadly, their friend (who is named after a type of cheese, I believe) has to rescue them. By this point I was kind of hoping she'd just go home to bed and the film would end there and then. Somewhere among the film is the spark of something quite good, but never really utilised to its full potential. The film exploits modern technology, i.e. Bluetooth, iphones, web-streaming, wifi and then generally shows how they can be perverted into tools for the gross satisfaction of others. It's all not a bad idea, it's just most people won't really care about the 'victims,' plus it requires quite a few leaps of faith to believe that the police force of Australia consists of more than one rough-and-ready officer, plus his overweight call centre operator and deputy (who throws up at the first sign of anything vaguely creepy). It's a nice try, but ultimately a missed opportunity. It leaves you thinking that all teenagers who get their kicks out of breaking into other peoples houses and filming their parties to show off to their peers deserve to be locked in boxes and burnt to death.

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