Bodies Bodies Bodies review: Childhood murder game becomes real

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The setting is a plush poolside mansion where a gang of wealthy American twenty somethings including Amandla Stenberg, Maria Bakalova and Pete Davidson are partying their way through a hurricane.

After the thrills of champagne swilling and coke-snorting wear off, they look for fresh kicks with a game Americans appear to call Bodies, Bodies, Bodies but Brits may recognise as Murder In The Dark.

You can probably tell where this is heading.

The pretend murders turn out to be real and the rich kids are forced to play real detectives.

The killings aren’t especially scary but there’s sharp dialogue as the self-obsessed youths go at each other with psycho-babble buzzwords including “gas lighting” and “triggering”.

  • Bodies Bodies Bodies. Cert15, In Cinemas Now

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