Release Date: April 13, 2018 (Friday the 13th)
A group of friends in Mexico start a game of truth or dare in a burned down church only to find out they can’t stop playing or they will die.
Truth or Dare isn’t anything special when it comes to a supernatural horror movie about young people. That isn’t to say I didn’t like it, in fact the opposite was true in that I do think my time watching it was well spent. I like this type of movie in general and this one was well done production wise. When I say it wasn’t special, I mean that it will not be memorable or regarded as a classic in any sense.
When looking for this type of movie, you want good and interesting kills, a mix of characters you want to survive and those you want to die in horrible ways. This movie had a couple of interesting kills, though one of them was ruined in the trailer, and the characters mostly fit that bill. I liked some and didn’t like some, but unfortunately, I didn’t like or dislike any of them to an extreme which always makes thing more interesting.
Ultimately Truth or Dare was a decent movie with what it was trying to be and the premise of the truth or dare game was intriguing, but it will not be memorable.