Stay Alive

A group of friends comes across a video game called “Stay Alive,” because of one of their friends mysteriously died right after he had played the game. So Hutch (played by Jon Foster), and the rest of their group decide to see what was in the game and they started to play. Each of them slowly disappears and ends up dead, but the weird thing is that how they died in the game reflects on their deaths in real life, just like their friend who had died first Miller Banks (played by Adam Goldberg). Miller was hung in the game and the detectives said that he had been hung from the chandelier in his own house. Tragically once you start playing the game you do have to finish it, and if you do not then there will be consequences, and if you die in the game then you actually die in real life. So the only thing that they can do is get lucky, be smart and try to be the best video game player that they have ever been, because their lives depend on it. Will the countess consume all of their blood or will they come out on top and alive. Will you be able to Stay Alive?

Rated: PG-13

Release Date: March 24, 2006

Starring: Jon Foster (Hutch), Samaire Armstrong (Abigail), Frankie Muniz (Swink), Jimmi Simpson (phineus), Wendell Pierce (Detective Thibodeaux), Milo Ventimiglia (Loomis Crowley), Sophia Bush (October), Adam Goldberg (Miller Banks), Billy Slaughter (Rex), Nicole Oppermann (Sarah), Monica Monica (Mrs. Crowley), Rio Hackford (Detective King), Billy Louviere (Fidget), J Richey Nash (Young Rookie), Maria Kalinina (Countess), Lauren Lorbeck (Emma), Veronica Mosgrove (News Reporter), Rick Green (Voice Over for Stay Alive Game), James Haven (Jonathan Malkus) and Alice Krige (Author).

By Spectre on August 19th, 2015 | Reviews