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Critic Reviews for Malevolence
If ever a movie deserved to go directly to DVD, it's this dreary horror treatment.
Diehard horror fans may want to weigh in. The rest can see it soon at the video store.
The acting and dialogue is as silly as the potato sack the killer wears on his head.
Stevan Mena's debut film carves up body after body in a ritual homage to the serial-killer genre.
A low-budget, underseen genre gem that makes up for occasionally stilted dialogue and unpolished acting with a remarkable visual sense and skillful command of building tension.
Audience Reviews for Malevolence
This slow-moving "horror" film can't decide what genre it wants to be, and is anticlimactic to boot.
A solid and original slasher, Malevolence throws in enough elements of different genres to really keep you guessing as it proceeds from a bankrobber film into genuine slasher territory that ends up being a set-up for Stevan Mena to proceed into even more interesting territory in the film's prequel Benevolence...
This is the middle section of a three-part trilogy. "Malevolence" was a well-made low-budget slasher and very effective, extremely well-done photography BUT it heavily use the slasher clichés BUT it is still a worth checking in the genre.
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