Typical Blumhouse to do a movie that is a watered-down horror flick for high school students. This movie was utterly terrible with an ending that was predictable from 7 minutes into it. Blumhouse is always hit or miss with great movies like Get Out, Split, and the original 2013 The Purge but also has dived with movies like Happy Death Day, Ouija, The Belko Experiment, and the list goes on. Truth or Dare is about a group of party-goers college student who attend spring break in Mexico and are tricked into playing a fatal game of truth or dare. After a plethora of murders in their wake, the group finds themselves back full circle to end the game.
With similar notes reminiscent of Happy Death Day, this movie also attempts to reeducate the audience on morals and ethics. Apparently, it is supported by the writers to "stop trying to save everyone else and save yourself". In several occasions, the group condemns another member for trying to serve the community through nonprofit organizations. I guess the moral of the story is, tell the truth even if it completely devastates someone? Three thumbs down! Dont see this movie if you are just trying to watch a fun, scary, and chilling movie. See it if you are a high school kid who wants to see what the world isnt about.