WTF boasts the main plot line of possibly the most popular sub-genre in horror, cabin in the woods slasher! Movies like this seem the go to when directors are first starting out and as long as you have some inventive kills the rest is by the by. I can't say I had heard of the director before but I like to do a bit of research so I read up about the production company Cthulu Crush, although they are a budget studio out in California it was clear that they had a love for the horror game and wanted to try and create something different, using a well worn formula.
The premise is slightly different from the usual slasher in the sense that we have Rachel, a young girl who was the sole survivor of a cabin in the woods style massacre three years earlier. Just has Rachel seems to be finding her place in the world again her new friends suggest a weekend of debauchery in the woods, naturally she agrees to go, what could go wrong!?
I can't say i'm familiar with any of the cast, although the name Perez Hilton does ring a bell with me for some reason. The acting on the most part is pretty standard low budget stuff, however Benjamin Norris did stand out and is probably one to watch, he manages to play the stoner/least likely hero part quite well and I did find the movie more boring during scenes he wasn't in. Most people will probably find the cast stereotypical and unlikeable but it's what you come to expect in these movies, we have the usual jock, nerd, prom queen team and when the blood shed starts no one is really safe.
There are two kills in this movie that are pretty cool and the effects work is pretty spot on but unfortunately you can't build a movie around castration and awesome face burn, there are a lot more factors that make up a good movie and just because you have some gruesome kills doesn't mean you can leave things like character development at the door.
I won't go too much more into it, the film does have a twist that probably played out better in the mind of the creator than how it translated on screen but overrall it's an average effort that I would be in no rush to watch again.