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Not to be confused with the 2017 film ''Film/TruthOrDare2017'', in which a cursed house forces eight college students to engage in a similar game of increasingly self-destructive dares, or the 2018 film of [[Film/TruthOrDare the same name]] and... the same plot.

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Not to be confused with the 2017 film ''Film/TruthOrDare2017'', in which a cursed house forces eight college students to engage in a similar game of increasingly self-destructive dares, or the 2018 film of [[Film/TruthOrDare [[Film/TruthOrDare2018 the same name]] and... the same plot.


Not to be confused with the 2017 film ''Truth Or Dare'', in which a cursed house forces eight college students to engage in a similar game of increasingly self-destructive dares.

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Not to be confused with the 2017 film ''Truth Or Dare'', ''Film/TruthOrDare2017'', in which a cursed house forces eight college students to engage in a similar game of increasingly self-destructive dares.
dares, or the 2018 film of [[Film/TruthOrDare the same name]] and... the same plot.



* VillainProtagonist : Mike is the main character of the film, having no real opponents until the ending.

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* VillainProtagonist : Mike is the main character of the film, having no real opponents until the ending.ending.
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* AxCrazy: Mike’s first killing spree was triggered by a hallucination goading him into a bloody game of Truth or Dare. After he gets released, he’s gotten worse in this regard to the point he doesn’t need to be goaded to sadistically kill everyone in his way.


Not to be confused with the 2017 film ''Truth Or Dare'', in which a cursed house forces eight college students to engage in a similar game of increasingly-lethal dares.

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Not to be confused with the 2017 film ''Truth Or Dare'', in which a cursed house forces eight college students to engage in a similar game of increasingly-lethal increasingly self-destructive dares.

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Not to be confused with the 2017 film ''Truth Or Dare'', in which a cursed house forces eight college students to engage in a similar game of increasingly-lethal dares.

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The film was followed by four sequels, all created by original writer and director Tim Ritter. They include 1994's ''Wicked Games'', 1998's ''Screaming for Sanity: Truth or Dare 3'', 2011's ''Deadly Dares: Truth or Dare Part IV'', and 2016's ''I Dared You! Truth or Dare Part 5'' (a crowdfunding project co-directed by Scott Tepperman).


"Truth Or Dare: A Critical Madness" is a 1986 SoBadItsGood BMovie revolving around a criminally insane man named Mike Strauber.

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"Truth Or Dare: ''Truth or Dare?: A Critical Madness" Madness'' is a 1986 SoBadItsGood BMovie horror film revolving around a criminally insane man named Mike Strauber.





* CompleteMonster : Through his rampage, Mike kills multiple people who did absolutely nothing to him, include children, women and men alike.

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[[caption-width-right:350:Wanna Play Truth Or Dare?]]


* CompleteMonster : Through his rampage, Mike kills multiple people who did absolutely nothing to him, include children, women and men alike.



* Narm : Mike's acting is full of this, but at times it can be one step away from SoBadItsHorrible
* Monster : Through his rampage, Mike kills multiple people who did absolutely nothing to him, include children, women and men alike.


* SoBadItsGood : Despite its multiple continuity errors, its worth it to see the creative deaths and Narm acting.


* Monster : Through his rampage, Mike kills multiple people who did absolutely nothing to him, include children, women and men alike.



* TheVillainMakesThePlot : Mike is the main character of the film, having no real opponents until the ending.

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* TheVillainMakesThePlot WouldHurtAChild : Demonstrated twice with Mike, who chainsaws a kid in half and runs over a baby in a pram.
* VillainProtagonist
: Mike is the main character of the film, having no real opponents until the ending.

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* Narm : Mike's acting is full of this, but at times it can be one step away from SoBadItsHorrible


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* SoBadItsGood : Despite its multiple continuity errors, its worth it to see the creative deaths and Narm acting.


* ImplaceableMan : Mike is untouched throughout most of the film, only being hurt by his own accord and by gunshot.

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* ImplaceableMan ImplacableMan : Mike is untouched throughout most of the film, only being hurt by his own accord and by gunshot.

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