Synopsis: When the participants of an internet chat room are brutally murdered in succession, one person's past holds the key to the gruesome mystery.
Genre: Crime, Drama, Horror
Director(s): Robbie Bryan
Production: Anchor Bay Entertainment
  2 wins.
94 min

- Listen to me.

Poor guy's barely cold

in the ground.

So, Mark, do you have

something exciting

- on tap for us?

- You need excitement, baby?

- Come on over to Bigstuff.

- Pfft. Please.

Now now, sugar.

You be nice to Beauty.

When you're ready to be bad,

you can come

and play in my den, baby.

That's MeltNurMouth--

she's a phone sex operator.

Not that

this little game of seduction

isn't yummingly stimulating--

even for a queen like me--

but I do believe that it's time to get

this month's game off the ground,

- don't you?

Every month we play some kind of

challenge or game that Mark thinks up--

crazy scenarios that play out

over the course of the month--

- and Mark he goes all out.

- That sounds like fun.

Yeah, and whoever wins

gets a prize--

usually some kind

of cool movie memorabilia.

Oh, actually I just won recently.

Look at this.

This is the menu that John Travolta

and Uma Thurman look at

in "Pulp Fiction."

- $5 shake. Remember that?

- Wow.

So after years

of fighting this with my last breath,

I'm ashamed to admit

that I have been bitten

by the reality-television bug.

Heaven help me.

So I decided

to incorporate a little bit of that

into this month's extravaganza.

- Oh, no.

I know. I know.

And since this month ends

in my most favorite holiday--


I thought we can use

a little bit of that macabre...

flavor, if you will.

- So this month

we'll have a little bit

of bloody intrigue...

- Really?

- ...a tinge of theater...

and yes-- dare I say?

--a little sprinkling

of that "Survivor" mentality.

Ready to play?

Then here are the rules.

- What's up, slick chick?

- I'm late.

- For what?

- Well, for class, obviously.

That's obvious from

your library cache of books.

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