Most Likely to Die

Synopsis: A group of former classmates gather for a pre-party at one of their homes the night before their 10-year high school reunion, and one by one, they are brutally slain in a manner befitting each's senior yearbook superlative.
Genre: Horror
90 min

I don't know if that's how I'd put it.

Could have been way worse.

That was not my fault. I shouldn't

have gotten into trouble at all.

How do you figure that? They way

I remember it, you did the eyes.

- We were so wasted.

- What's the point of poker night?

It was still

a shitty thing to do.

I just meant that it wasn't

my fault that it got out.

Ray's the tool who slipped

it into the yearbook,

and we all got detention

until graduation.

Detention was awesome.

We bonded.

It was replacing that page in

everyone's yearbook that sucked.

I still have scars on my fingers

from those stupid razors.

I can deal with a

little yearbook carving,

but Ray almost got expelled,

would have kissed that hockey

scholarship bye-bye.

Ray was lucky that shit went down

with John, took the heat off him.

You guys, the only

lucky thing that happened

was that nobody got killed.

You're acting like one thing

wasn't directly related

to the other.

You think John had a gun in his

locker because of the yearbook prank?

I definitely think it was the straw

that broke the camel's back.


Gaby's right.

We had tortured that kid

since the first grade.

Yeah, Ray and just about everybody

else in the student body.

I'm just saying, you know,

who knows what would have

happened if they didn't find it?


Poor John Doe... Dougherty.

God, we never even called

him by his real name.

Whatever happened to John?

After he got expelled,

I think he went to Juvie.

I heard he eventually moved to

San Francisco with his mom.

Come on, guys.

New subject, right?


Yes, thank you.

- Jade:

- Yeah. Shit.


Did I tell you

that I had to go

through Brad's people

to invite him to this reunion?

His freakin' agent

fielded my calls.

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