Slaughterhouse Rulez Reviews

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November 4, 2018
The script simply isn't sharp enough here to sell as proper reverence, instead coming off as a cheap wannabe with a dislodged funny bone and very little bite.
November 2, 2018
Bits are good, bits are bad and quite a lot is plain baffling but the overall effect is invigorating.
November 2, 2018
A fracking-related subplot is possibly a step too far in the name of topicality, and the monsters look like the offspring of the dog from Ghostbusters and a blancmange. But it's good, if not exactly clean, fun.
November 2, 2018
Unless you're fed up with comedy-horror films which blend Tom Brown's Schooldays with Jurassic Park, then you might like the thoroughly bonkers Slaughterhouse Rulez...
November 1, 2018
Early on, there are stray flashes of the class-savvy romp this script wanted to be, but they're drowned out by gag after jolt after obvious gag and jolt.
November 1, 2018
Showing more enthusiasm than aptitude, this earns 'could do better if it tried' on its report card - but it's a strange enough genre mix to be vaguely worth a look.
October 31, 2018
Boorish, schlocky teenage locker room humour.
October 31, 2018
Every cliché is an intentional parody but while there's enough suspense and humour to pass the time, this isn't as clever as previous Pegg/Frost/Wright classics such as Shaun Of The Dead.
October 31, 2018
Slaughterhouse Rulez, for a horror-comedy, is neither particularly scary or especially funny. But it does have an amiable sort of charm.
October 31, 2018
This unfunny, unscary mess is a series of missed opportunities that has no idea what to do with its attempted class-warfare satire. It's cheap but not even cheesy: that would require some passion, which is completely lacking.
October 30, 2018
For every smart gag in here there are three that simply don't work, perhaps due to the lazy reliance on gunfire and a timid approach to sexuality.
October 30, 2018
Loud, brash, and almost entirely laugh-free.
October 30, 2018
For all the gung ho fx and severed limbs, this sloppy horror comedy under delivers on both shocks and laughs.
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