In his interview with The Playlist, Wooden says that he watched “Reality or Dare?” when he was “very younger” and has launched it to “so many individuals” since then. “Reality or Dare?” is a type of motion pictures that’s so unhealthy that it is good, akin to Tommy Wiseau’s “The Room,” which has garnered a cult following attributable to its endlessly meme-worthy dialogue. Wooden describes the bonkers premise of the movie, and why it’s so interesting as an ’80s slasher horror:
“It is a couple of man who’s clearly mentally deranged, and at the beginning of the film he witnesses a colleague sleeping together with his spouse and he spins out and drives off in a huff and finally ends up tenting in a single day and mainly imagines this particular person subsequent to him and so they play reality or dare, and it finally ends up getting very violent as a result of the dares get very violent in a short time. And it is simply fantastic and unintentionally humorous and really a lot of the period. It was tremendous low-budget and, as I mentioned, direct-to-VHS, and it is simply superior, I adore it a lot.”
Merely taking a look at the trailer of the movie offers you an thought of the form of expertise it has to supply. To color a clearer image, this is how the plot evolves. Mike Strauber (John Brace) is admitted to the Sunnyville Psychological Establishment after mutilating himself throughout a hallucinated recreation of reality and dare. After he’s launched, Mike murders the person who slept together with his spouse and is re-admitted once more. By this level, Mike is pushed completely insane by the trauma, and kills each man, lady, and baby in his means in a particularly further and tastelessly gory murderous rampage. However that’s a part of the enjoyable.