"Some Guy Who Kills People" blends horror and comedy into a pretty outstanding little movie that is one of the most uncommon features of the year. It already doesn't take itself too seriously, but the acting is pretty great as is the screenplay.
Cutesy & slight, but also at times very funny, Some Guy Who Kills People sees its director advancing in leaps & bounds from his previous feature Mega Shark vs Giant Octopus, while scaling monstrous mayhem and murder back down to a very human level.
SGWKP is a slow but absorbing character study reminiscent of genre mash-ups like Baghead, Lars & The Real Girl, and Innkeepers. At its severed, bleeding and butchered heart, SGWKP is actually a relationship drama.