* There is no end credit scene * The director Brad T. Gottfred and crew brought an ineffective thriller. The story is about two mysterious deaths that happened on the same night and students connected to them receive a forced invitation to a confessional booth. The concept was truthfully fantastic the idea of a confessional booth, its design, sound, and the way it was shot was incredible. I was really trying so hard to like it because of those reasons but it didn't take, the narrative was completely weak and every reveal was easy to know beforehand making the twists a miss in every turn. The actors' performances didn't quite reach their goals to make this movie worth the watch, some were overacting and some were flat. I loved the music, the composer Craig Williams made it so entrancing and mysterious such a shame it was wasted in this movie. This could have been a great film with a better story and also better performances.
After two mysterious deaths at a college on the same night, seven students, somehow connected, receive invitations to a confessional booth hidden on the campus. Their confessions slowly ...
June 15, 2020