David Gifford’s review published on Letterboxd:
Got the blu-ray in so naturally I had to show the movie to my Fiancé. Shout out to Scream Team releasing who have been doing some really cool indie horror recently, and they deserve your money. They shipped mine with no problems, and it came in really fast. I couldn’t recommend buying directly from them enough. Now onto the review... again!
As I had imagined of course I picked up on some new jokes again with a re-watch. I think that will always be the case when watching this movie as it just goes so quickly, and it never stops with the jokes. This feels like nearly the perfect party movie to put on just to get a reaction from the audience, and will likely be on the rotation to show people who want to watch something to have a great time with (Kuso is another).
The movie on a technical level is purposefully cheesy, but honestly there are a lot of things to admire about the movie. There are some performances that are actually pretty good when looking at what the intentions are. None of them are wooden, and they are actually having a lot of fun with the movie.
Technical Meter: 5
Combined Score: 7