If, like the poet Emily Dickinson, you could not stop for death, not to worry--it will stop for you. That's the story of this, the third installment in the series of crazily comedic killing-for-killing's-sake horror flicks. The plot, such as it is, involves a graduation-night amusement park rollercoaster ride gone very, very wrong. That shadowy figure Death is behind the freak accident that kills the grads, and the ones who survive the coaster crash spend the rest of the movie trying to outrun other rigged setups designed specifically to terminate teens.
It's the kind of movie that provokes cheers from bloodthirsty audiences looking for well-executed executions, and it delivers on those moments with plenty of blood to spare. You won't be scared one bit, but that's not exactly the point here. The murder is the only message.