Game of Death Reviews

July 8, 2020
Game of Death doesn't care about your socially charged sub-plots; it only wants mayhem, and that's exactly what it delivers.
July 8, 2020
Sebastien Landry and Laurence "Baz" Morais accomplish their end goal - blow up heads, and question life's meaning.
July 8, 2020
It's not perfect, but it's an entertaining addition to the genre.
July 8, 2020
The film is sure to develop a cult following among viewers in the same general age range as its protagonists. But don't expect their parents to approve.
April 14, 2020
Game of Death is one of those films that would be a great choice for a party film, it's a fun film perfect to watch as a group.
October 1, 2019
It's a tricky stunt to pull, making something both funny and horrible, but Game Of Death walks this tightrope with complete confidence.
August 8, 2019
Game of Death has no parts that I feel didn't work. The entire movie titillated me.
April 10, 2019
Game of Death is quiet, edgy, dark and violent. It's got a faux-retro vibe in only the way that 2000's babies will appreciate. It's the Spring Breakers of Horror.
November 5, 2018
Fountains of blood and questionable millennials populate Laurence Morais and Sebastien Landry's campy Game of Death, a slick and uproarious horror comedy where its kill or be killed in a heady celebration of schlocky violence and over-the-top gore.
August 9, 2017
Game Of Death presents us with the bare essentials, attaining in the process a certain purity in line with the swift moral conclusions formed by its protagonists.
July 28, 2017
If Scream was a love letter to the horror genre directed by a seasoned master, The Game of Death is hate mail delivered by young upstarts. It's delivered with a wink, though.
July 17, 2017
There's something to be said for the unabashed joy Morais and Landry take in their subject matter, a free-wheeling approach that yanks us along for the ride.
July 15, 2017
what these youths are discovering is their involuntary place in a selfish system gamed against the innocent... great to see so many ideas & all that youthful promise (of frankly annoying characters) cut short to a mere 73 minutes. Oh the humanatee!