This generation Y horror movie is actually one of the better films
of this genre around and stars the attractive Amber Heard as Mandy
Lane, a girl who simply drives the opposite sex crazy.
The movie starts with Mandy and her friend Emmet (Michael Welch) at
a rather outrageous pool party where her friend convinces the host
of the party to jump off the roof of his house. Unfortunately this
leads to a tragic accident and of course the inevitable breakup
between Mandy and Emmet.
Fast forward nine-months and Mandy has been invited to another get
together, this time on a secluded ranch belonging to one of their
fathers. As the holiday progresses, so does the sexual chemistry and
innuendo between the guests, until one by one, they are violently
course the director attempts a smoke and mirrors attempt by adding
different "suspects" into the story, although it's fairly obvious
who the villain is, however the enjoyment of the movie is sitting
through the elements of the horror and thriller genre.
The strange aspect of the movie is that many of the characters are
not very likeable due to the way they treat each other, so at times,
you may be rooting for the villain, specially when the girls Chloe
(Whitney Able) and Marlin (Melissa Price) tease each other
relentlessly about each other's flaws that is also the same for the
guys in the film.
Still, this film will definitely be a hit with teenage boys and
girls, especially boys with the attractive Amber Heard as the lead
of All the Boys love Mandy Lane.