Slaughtered (2010) - Rotten Tomatoes

Slaughtered (2010)






Critic Consensus: No consensus yet.

Slaughtered Trailers & Photos

Movie Info

During one gruesome night at an isolated bar located in the furthest stretches of the Australian outback, the fun-loving staff go from drinking, partying, and negotiating sexual politics with each other, to fighting for their lives, as some evil force lurking in the cellar finally rises to the surface, and begins to leave a bloody, horrific trail of bodies in its wake. ~ Cammila Collar, Rovimore
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Art House & International, Horror
Directed By:
In Theaters:
On DVD: Sep 27, 2011


Show More Cast

News & Interviews for Slaughtered

Critic Reviews for Slaughtered

There are no critic reviews yet for Slaughtered. Keep checking Rotten Tomatoes for updates!

Audience Reviews for Slaughtered

"Slaughtered" is an Australian slasher directed by Kate Glover and stars Chloé Boreham, Erica Baron, Marc Kay, James Kerley and Steven O'Donnell. The story follows the employees and patrons at a pub who are faced with brutal slayings at the hands of a homicidal maniac. One by one employees and alkies alike get sliced, dismembered and drained by a unstoppable masked slasher in a pretty standand 'set-em-up-knock-em-down' story.

As far as the story goes for "Slaughtered" I am still not sure what the true motivation for the massacre is. There are mumblings and blurbs that elude to some sketchy past with the bar but nothing ever comes forward definitively. That doesn't really hinder the over all story arch from one aspect to the other more gruesome fright-fest moments in the film but it would have been nice to be let in on the plot a bit more. The acting was decent, melodramatic and at times created a very stoic atmosphere as far as connecting with the characters. A lot of horror fans would find that bothersome but it just allowed me to enjoy a film that was all about the death scenes and blood splatter. A true visceral slasher that is both contemporary and classic. The effects of the film where credible, however limited. There wasn't a major celebration of grue in the film but there was enough to entertain the slasher fan. The slasher character was commanding on screen and very creepy to watch. An emotionless form of blood-lust and rage. He had no remorse in his killing frenzy and was very reminiscent of such film slashers as "Ben Willis" as well as hints of the " Babyface Killer" . His kills were not all that creative preferring to just slice or gore his victims but there was a couple of creative death scenes in the film. A lot the stuff may not have been plausible but it is slasher fiction so does it really need to be?!

Over all "Slaughtered" was an entertaining slasher flick from down under with a good amount of blood flow. The story was simple and will not appeal to viewers seeking depth or stronger meaning in their horror stories. As I said I still have no real clue why the killer killed other than the fact that the killer liked to kill. The sound track and the effects are worthy aspects to the film and all though the characters lack luster or strong emotional connectivity they still emote enough to hold what little story there is together. I liked "Slaughter" and it is a cool, simple slasher film that will work great during the Halloween slasher flick rich season of horror entertainment.

Awfully bad Australian horror movie. The acting is some of the worst I've seen, the story seemed to have been written by a middle schooler, and the effects are terrible. There is nothing positive I can say about this except Chloe Boreham is decent looking.


Plot was messy and didn't make a lot of sense. I'm still not too sure what this movie was about. The characters are awfully boring. At least it has a reasonable run-time.

Slaughtered Quotes

There are no approved quotes yet for this movie.

Discussion Forum

Discuss Slaughtered on our Movie forum!