Reviews

  • May 28, 2020

    Ridiculous movie. Unrealistic characters making stupid decisions, with poor acting. No tension, no scares. Cheesy and lame. Why did they keep using the weirdest character to make the pleas for help when no one would take him seriously? Another reasonable idea very poorly executed. half star out of 5. The irony is had it been billed as a comedy it would have scored higher. Spoiler alert - it attempted to be a whodunnit but gave it away by having the murderer blatantly shown in the act on the advertising picture for the movie.

    Ridiculous movie. Unrealistic characters making stupid decisions, with poor acting. No tension, no scares. Cheesy and lame. Why did they keep using the weirdest character to make the pleas for help when no one would take him seriously? Another reasonable idea very poorly executed. half star out of 5. The irony is had it been billed as a comedy it would have scored higher. Spoiler alert - it attempted to be a whodunnit but gave it away by having the murderer blatantly shown in the act on the advertising picture for the movie.

  • Oct 20, 2019

    Packed with a cast of interesting characters and a fairly compelling mystery and horror set-up, KILD TV manages to keep the viewer's attention from the very beginning and leads to a satisfying and fun conclusion. Also, some solid gore without being too over-the-top.

    Packed with a cast of interesting characters and a fairly compelling mystery and horror set-up, KILD TV manages to keep the viewer's attention from the very beginning and leads to a satisfying and fun conclusion. Also, some solid gore without being too over-the-top.

  • Jun 19, 2016

    I saw this at a screening at Comicpalooza recently, and it was a very enjoyable 90 minutes. The film takes it's time to set up the characters and get going, but once the first murder is discovered, the pace accelerates. I thought the effects were well done, and the accompanying music fitted the mood of the film well. The cast fitted their roles well, and I particularly enjoyed D.C. Douglas's Dr. Perseco. I didn't see the final 'hero twist' coming, which was a pleasant surprise, given so much cinema and TV these days tends to be fairly predictable.

    I saw this at a screening at Comicpalooza recently, and it was a very enjoyable 90 minutes. The film takes it's time to set up the characters and get going, but once the first murder is discovered, the pace accelerates. I thought the effects were well done, and the accompanying music fitted the mood of the film well. The cast fitted their roles well, and I particularly enjoyed D.C. Douglas's Dr. Perseco. I didn't see the final 'hero twist' coming, which was a pleasant surprise, given so much cinema and TV these days tends to be fairly predictable.