The plot revolves around shy and sexy teen Mandy Lane (Amber Heard). In the opening scenes, she and her best friend Emmet (Michael Welch, The Twilight Saga) attend a party with the popular kids. Itís there that she gets her first sight of blood, as one of the partygoers leaps from a roof to his death.
Nine months later, sheís invited to another shindig, this time at an abandoned farmhouse, which is never a good idea. Guests include Red (Aaron Himelstein, The Legend of Korra), Chloe (Whitney Able, Monsters), Jake (Luke Grimes, Assassination of a High School President), Bird (Edwin Hodge, Cougar Town), and Marlin (Melissa Price, The Kid & I). Soon enough, the teens start getting knocked off through whatever means the killer can find. As you might expect, thatís why theyíre at the farmhouse to begin with.
But the most disturbing aspect isnít the killsóitís the motive, which calls to mind far too many newscasts. After the reveal (which isnít the surprise the screenwriter Jacob Forman wants it to be), flashbacks lay out that the killer is a high schooler taking out anger and revenge on fellow classmates with violence. Think how many times this has occurred in recent years and youíll find it very difficult to be entertained by All the Boys Love Mandy Lane.