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    Stay Alive

    After the mysterious, brutal death of an old friend, a group of teenagers find themselves in possession of 'Stay Alive,' an ultra-realistic 3-D videogame based on the true story of an ancient noblewoman known as the Blood Countess. And once they die in the game, they die for real.
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  • Actors of "Stay Alive"

  • Characters of "Stay Alive"

    Hutch. Character of Stay Alive
    Played by: Jon Foster
    Abigail. Character of Stay Alive
    Swink. Character of Stay Alive
    Played by: Frankie Muniz
    Phineus. Character of Stay Alive
    Played by: Jimmi Simpson
    October. Character of Stay Alive
    Played by: Sophia Bush
    Miller Banks. Character of Stay Alive
    Played by: Adam Goldberg
    Countess Elizabeth Bathory. Character of Stay Alive
    Played by: Maria Kalinina
  • Directors of "Stay Alive"

    William Brent Bell. Director of Stay Alive
    William Brent Bell
  • Creators of "Stay Alive"

    William Brent Bell. Director of Stay Alive
    William Brent Bell
    Matthew Peterman. Director of Stay Alive
    Matthew Peterman
    Birthdate: 7 July 1975, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "Stay Alive"

    Chicago Reader
    March 07, 2007

    There's a gothic backstory to all this, which makes no sense but looks pretty cool.

    Time Out
    June 24, 2006

    ... while its narrative style -- elliptical, fragmented, even eccentric at times -- is ambitious and imaginative, it sometimes makes for a loss of clarity and momentum.

    AV Club
    March 30, 2006

    Teen fodder like this isn't known for sophistication or storytelling depth, but the filmmakers seem to take the film's video-game theme as permission to eschew even the horror genre's exceedingly lenient minimums for characterization.

    Entertainment Weekly
    March 29, 2006

    Videogames are no longer brainless, so why are videogame movies so slow to evolve?

    March 28, 2006

    An anemic attempt to update the horror genre's imperiled-teens-meet-bloodletting-uber-fiend substratum.

    San Francisco Chronicle
    March 28, 2006

    It's unlikely that Stay Alive could ever have been a good movie in the traditional sense, but it might have been better if Bell and co-writer Matthew Peterman had done more to exploit their gaming premise.

    March 24, 2007

    One of those movies that thinks loud sounds and shaky cameras account for scares, and reminding of us of truly scary gaming experiences only amplifies its weaknesses.

    Film Journal International
    March 01, 2007

    If Stay Alive teaches us anything, it's that videogames and horror films do not least in the same movie.

    Reel Film Reviews
    October 17, 2006

    ...a little needless brutality would've almost certainly elevated the proceedings, albeit temporarily...

    7M Pictures
    October 17, 2006

    Yeah, the plot sounds like utter nonsense, but it's fun.

    Movies for the Masses
    October 03, 2006

    click to read full review [Greek]

    Cinema em Cena
    September 17, 2006

    - Aspirante a Terror em Silent Hill (jogo e filme) que, repleto de clich├¬s e personagens caricaturais, revela-se apenas cansativo e previs├şvel.

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