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Funny and hugely entertaining, Double Date is a great horror comedy owing to its brilliant cast. The movie never takes itself too seriously and that's exactly why it pulls off the odd combination of humor and gore so perfectly.
scared of girls and narcassitic friend meet sisters out to party
goes bad when the wanna sacrifice them - virgin to ressurect their dad
Bloody and somewhat entertaining.
Not sure what the rave reviews are about. I found this movie kind of dull and slow. It's not really a bad movie - just not great.
The comedy works well and keeps it lighthearted, even during the murder scenes.
Make me cry with laughter and general scared the crap out of me!
Loved this film so much I've now watched it three times! The soundtrack is incredible - I hope it gets some kind of jazzy Vinyl release via Mondo or something, though Only You is permanently in my head. Visually the film is slick and super stylish, the opening credits are really cool. A perfect comedy horror that balances the laughs and scares beautifully. The cast are all brilliant, so happy they all got to keep their regional accents - Michael Socha is the best he's ever been. The script is punchy and oh so funny. Danny Morgan and Benjamin Barfoot are a duo to watch.