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Sarah Silverman as Bethany
Molly Ephraim as Cricket
Gabourey Sidibe as Winketta
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1hr 35 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by jackmeat 6 / 10

Over the top humor that the "Psych" guy brings

My quick rating 5,8/10. First off, let me start by saying I really like the TV show "Psych". OK, that being said, James Rhoday wrote and directed this which is already a plus in my book. For a first film, this offbeat comedy (much more comedy then horror by far) was actually pretty entertaining. Basically 3 people kidnap 6 people at a bar for the soul intention of eating them. And how casual and nonchalant this is makes the whole atmosphere that much funnier. The jokes are often inside jokes,and over the top but still funny. The gore does not disappoint in the slightest. Each death in this movie is original to say the least leading up to a pretty interesting climax. Look forward to more from him and maybe even a sequel?

Reviewed by Got Cha 1 / 10


Wow,... must have been the people who invested in this movie that gave it a good review. Loved Psych hence the interest in this movie. Love a good horror flick and my funny bone is healthy but this flick...? Horrible.

It just isn't funny and the gore scenes are stupid. The whole thing is stupid. The plot is weird without you believing in what the characters are doing which adds to the strangeness. You don't buy into the characters....they are badly contrived to the point they don't believe in themselves. Its just plain bad character planning which results in...actors forced into a part that can only result in bad acting. All is just weird and phony.

Don't waste your time. I thought the caliber of Psych would spill over into this movie but far from the mark. If this was the point of the movie to be really disappointing....why?

Reviewed by GL84 5 / 10

Rather enjoyable but too kooky effort to really impress

Arriving at a Mexican cantina, a group of criminals hold the remaining employees hostage and force them to participate in a series of depraved games intending to devour them afterwards and forcing them to fight back in order to avoid becoming a meal.

For the most part this one here ended up being quite a bit more bizarre rather than outright horror effort. One of the main challenges facing the film is the fact that this one just doesn't seem to be concerned at all with logic or coherent motives, making for quite a challenging time here trying to figure out what's happening here. The initial plot of choosing this particular restaurant doesn't come up, how long the group's been doing this or how they even turned to cannibalism, making this so confusing as to their motives that it doesn't really strike any kind of chord at all because the inherent goofiness really undermines how they could've been portrayed. By playing them as frightening figures in an absurd situation and then gone off-the-wall with the goofiness could've been an enjoyable time here, but instead we get completely goofy characters acting in a totally confusing manner which really undermines this one considerably. That said, the goofy humor and rather jarring tonal shifts between everything here is another problem, as on the one hand there's certainly an attempt to make them seem tough and imposing with the way they hold the group hostage and begin spelling out the different games with them, but then it goes for goofy off-the-wall humor with the utterly irritating and endless manners in which they overtake the restaurant, deal with the group and basically just the very hard- boiled nature of not taking anything seriously despite the entire purpose for being there being to kill and eat them. That alone should've made this a lot more chilling in nature, but it's jarring tonal shifts make for a wholly off-beat experience. Still, there's a lot of positives on display here, which begins with the rather impressive kills here resulting in some rather brutal and graphic kills throughout that are just so silly while also being admittedly quite unique as well, and the fact that there's quite a large amount of really bloody deaths within here. As well, the comedy featured in here does get in a few good moments here where it generates a laugh due to the outrageousness of the situations presented here and really giving this the part of the film's overall best quality in the exciting and enjoyable pace here. This one doesn't really slow down all that much and stays involved for the most part, keeping this one going forward with a lot of interesting confrontations, lots of action and a generally fun air about it that gives this one plenty of bizarre and really entertaining parts to it as it whips through the zany situations. There's still some some problems here, but it's not that bad.

Rated R: Extreme Graphic Violence, Graphic Language and minor sexual acts.

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