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About the Movie
The best man usually has a few tricks up his sleeve for the bachelor party, but in Bachelor Games, the groom has a deadly one of his own. Henry is getting married. So he rallies together his best man Leon, and his buddies Terence and Roy to head deep into the mountains of Argentina for an epic bachelor party trip. At their hotel in a remote village, they are surprised when Max, one of Henry’s oldest friends, shows up unexpectedly. The guys drink heavily and get down to the usual bachelor party business. Everyone seems to be having a good time, except for a few nasty outbursts from Max, who seems a bit unhinged. The next day, despite warnings from locals about a spirit protecting the mountain, the guys set off hiking. Shortly into the hike that nobody but Henry really wants to be on, tempers fray, old feuds reemerge, and Terence storms off. When the guys find his bloody shirt, they fear the worst. What actually happens is more terrifying than anyone — even Henry —could have imagined.
Fun thriller that sticks the landing!
Bachelor Games is one of the best horror-thrillers I've seen this year, and I've seen a lot of them. And it's pretty funny, too, which doesn't hurt. Love how it's set in Argentina and uses an old folktale to set the stage for the second half of the movie (and also set up the "twist").
Not sure why this one didn't hit theaters. It's a lot better than most of the stuff I see on the big screen these days. Well worth your time and money.
A thrilling comedic ride for Anglophiles!
This film delivered on the laughs and the scares with its breezy running length. The backdrop of the Argentinian mountains is breathtaking as this horror story begins to unravel for our characters and the unforgiving desert begins to play with their senses. Top cast, and Christopher Nolan's composer, all make this one to remember.
A nice blend for a fun story
I love when a film can combine the horror/thriller genre with some humor and it not come off cheesy as F***. This film delivered on that for me in a big way. Defiantly worth the watch.