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Current Rating: 3.49

Current Rating: 3.49

based on 1454 votes and 55 reviews

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  • it was awsome on the blood seens but it never even scared me AND IM 11!!! thats kind of sad.
  • It didnt seem so scary I didnt jump at all at the "scarry" parts but the plot was ok is their a game to go with the movie????
  • gave it a 3,if not just for the fact CliffyB was helping create the game for the movie,Cliffy your Unreal man..
  • I liked how it made me jump every so often, but the plot was the dumbest thing i have ever seen. you die in a game you die in life? that is pretty lame 2/5 stars
  • Well the beginning was pretty good, but then towards the end the movie started to slide out of focus.
  • It was probably one of the worst movies I have ever seen. They don`t even bother to try and make in make sense. So Bathory was born in Hungary in the 1500s (true) and then ended up working at a girls boarding school in the US???? Since she was locked in a tower about 200 years before that. And then they never explain how Freddy Muntz is still alive.
  • movie was original but not scary.
  • it was an good movie but chessy at many parts but in the long run i would go buy it in stores and watch it a few times
  • It was actually a really neat concept that had yet to be trampled on in horror movies. The idea of video gaming - and being yourself and dying on both realms - was actually a really neat idea. I`m pretty familiar with the Elizabeth Bathory story so it was really neat to see a new, yet familiar element in the movie. I liked it.

Stay Alive

Genre:  Horror, Thriller
Running Time:  85 min.
Release Date: March 24, 2006
DVD: September 19, 2006

Current rating: Rating: 3.49
based on 1454 votes and 55 reviews
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Cast: Jon Foster, Samaire Armstrong, Frankie Muniz, Jimmi Simpson, Milo Ventimiglia, Sophia Bush, Adam Goldberg