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Critic Reviews for Nurse
Director Doug Aarniokoski and co-screenwriter David Loughery fail to infuse the overly familiar elements with the necessary dark humor.
I don't quite have the nerve to give it a full recommendation but I do have a certain affection for it and I wouldn't want to discourage anyone from seeing it for themselves if they were inclined to do so.
"Nurse 3D" isn't nearly as fun as a movie about a homicidal, sex-obsessed, clothing-averse health care provider ought to be.
Nurse 3D successfully embraces its exploitatively sexy and sleazy demeanor with a wink and a nod, going for broke with such gonzo-style gusto that you just can't help but admire the end result.
Audience Reviews for Nurse
Starts out with a social message then gives up on that and becomes a not great horror movie.
While a little derivative and cheesy, Nurse 3D sort of works in a B-movie kind of way. The story follows a hospital nurse named Abby Russell who kills philandering men on the side, but when she becomes obsessed with one of the nurses in training she starts to get reckless. The performances are deliciously awful and really help to amp up the camp factor. Additionally, a lot of the CGI blood effects look quite fake (especially the ones meant for 3D). However, there's a nice bit of mystery and intrigue to the character of Abby Russell, and whether or not she'll get caught. Ghoulishly entertaining, Nurse 3D is a pretty formulaic horror film that doesn't take itself too seriously.
A more accurate title would have been "Gimmickpalooza!". This film that lauds itself as female driven is still at its core as male-focused as they come. Weird, but not in a good way.