The movie turns into a slasher who-dun-it, with everyone in the story carrying a knife. F-bombs, c-word, sex, near nudity- Jennie you tease.
A group of `virtual' friends, have one of their friends commit suicide, she is depressed after having an abortion.
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Can the police duo of Bates(Asley Walters) and Mason(Reggie Yates) find the murderer before he strikes again... It's got a pretty cool premise, a young, talented cast and a great soundtrack.
So death it is then, but plucky Archie (Robert Sheehan of `Killing Bono' fame where he sadly, failed to live up to the promise in the title) has a soft spot for head case potential candidate Jasmine (Jennie Jacques).
As the big day gets closer they all start to find reasons to live, but just as they change their minds, someone has already decided to give them a hand. Well I actually really liked it as a casual entertainer, I did not find it very `horrific', except some of the musical score put my teeth on edge, all urban stuff that I am sure the homies would like, but not scary.
I would also question why most of the 'Suicide Club' suddenly decide halfway through the film that they love life after all and decide to renague on their pact.
Some Demons may never die, but they can disappoint. Amber Johnson (Tulisa Contostavlos) kills herself because she is pregnant.
But as the group begin to die one by one, Archie realises that they have all become the target of a masked killer and that his commitment to death has become a terrifying fight for survival A battle to protect the girl he loves, and himself begins...