13: Game of Death is a Thai film that has a common premise that has been used in many movies; an "innocent" individual gets caught up in a game of life or death where he/she has to survive challenges and games to either win money or their freedom. The original film was entertaining, gross, and seemed unique (with an awkward ending).
An American remake is starting up now with Daniel Stamm (The Last Exorcism) director, according to THR.

The original film tells the story of a financially strapped salesman who receives a phone call informing him that he’s on a hidden camera game show and must complete thirteen tasks in order to receive a multi-million dollar prize. The horror kicks in when the tasks become increasingly extreme, leading the protagonist down a path of no return.