Kill Game


Action / Horror

IMDb Rating 4 10 484


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Joe Adler as Nathan Nesbitt
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23.976 fps
1hr 42 min
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Reviewed by Peter Pluymers ([email protected]) 3 / 10

Just another slasher movie with a serial killer wearing a Marilyn Monroe mask.

You know the saying "What goes around, comes around" ? That really applies to seven friends who graduated together and share a terrible secret with each other. Until the group of friends slowly starts to shrink, because they are murdered one by one. Now, when hearing the stories of these annoying bullies, you're inclined to think they had it coming. Because the tricks they played upon their fellow students (and even teachers), wasn't something to be taken lightly. Those jokes were so radical, a fellow student got killed. And now there appears to be someone who wants to take revenge on this gang of clowns. And the way they are killed, is linked to a particular joke they've pulled.

"Kill Game" isn't an unbelievable good horror. But it tries to honour the traditions of the better hacker / slasher films from the 70s (for instance "Halloween" and "Friday the 13th"). So this means that a group of stupid and arrogant teenagers is gathered again to serve as cattle for slaughter. And the mysterious serial killer wears a grim mask, of course. In this case, it's a Marilyn Monroe mask. Also a list of all candidate murderers is needed. This list may turn out to be exceptionally long. After counting all fellow students and teachers who were victims of a malicious prank, you'll get a significant number of candidates. And as a highlight, the twin brother of the poor devil who didn't survive a joke appears.

But beyond these few similarities with older slasher films, this is a film that effortlessly will sink into oblivion. Anyhow, the lousy acting (inherent to this kind of films) and the not so original story-line are also present. What remains is a typical game of guessing who's the perpetrator, what's the motive and who'll eventually survive. And there's also someone whose profile complies with the characteristics of the perpetrator. Obviously that's a wrong assumption. How surprising! Indeed, a stack of known clichés. The only thing that remains is how the victims were killed. So, it isn't exactly breathtaking cinema. The only thing I've learned out of this movie, is that it isn't very smart to bully others.

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Reviewed by shawnblackman 4 / 10

No Skill Game

A graduating class decides to prank a classmate at the beach which ends up in tragedy. What really happened is covered up. Sometime later the classmates are starting to die one by one. Who knows what they did last summer and who is going to die next? As you can guess this has been done a few times before but what is a little different is a creepy Marilyn Monroe mask and personally catered deaths. The way you died reflected what you did.

It wasn't gory but a couple of scenes had you cringing. The effects were pretty good but the cast however was awful. What was well done was you were always wondering who was under the mask. You think you knew who it was but then alas.

I was amazed at how awful these kids were to everybody. You here all the cruel jokes they played on people as they try and figure out who it might be which makes you feel no remorse for them(You also wonder why they aren't dead already).

A couple of cool scenes is all you get in this one. It just feels like a been there done that kind of film. Avoid this one or maybe just watch the last 6 minutes.

Reviewed by moonmonday 5 / 10

Solid acting, weird script, odd direction but not bad!

First off, I will say this: the acting was overall very good, with only a few moments of the less skillful actors taking focus. That's not to say that all the minor parts were bad or populated by bad actors; on the whole, the acting was strong, and much more solid than you might expect from a film like this.

Second, I want to praise it for actually having the cojones to buck expectation and have mainly guys on display here, rather than the usual T&A-fest. It's always welcome to see more guys show a little skin in these. There wasn't much of it in general, which kept the film feeling pretty dignified overall, and what was there was well-done.

The sound's good, the acting is good, the characters are well-cast, the effects (aside from the ridiculous surgery sequence) are surprisingly great, and the premise is intriguing.

But that segues neatly into the largest problem with this movie: its script.

It's too ambitious and ends up just being confusing, boring, and frustrating at turns. It tries to be clever too often and fails every time. We have too many dream sequences here, too many memories, too many red herrings, and just some very questionable stuff that tries too hard to mislead the audience...while at the same time muddling its own story.

The massive runtime is one thing that really contributes to a convoluted narrative. At almost two hours long, this film is way too lengthy. Things start happening very quickly, but that isn't really as good a thing as you'd think. That just means that it starts getting really confusing very fast, because it picks up basically after the story has started and run for some time. It's disorienting, since we not only have to become familiar with the characters, we also have to understand what is uniting them and the secret they have in common.

A big mistake the movie makes is just going off the rails far too early, though. It becomes outrageously over the top around halfway through, and it never really recovers from that. It just ends up looking silly and unbelievable, and it doesn't help that the development past that point is pretty ludicrous too. You'll think you've figured it out, because you'll spot the obvious red herrings (and the questionable direction doesn't help), and then it'll veer off in some random direction and end up not telling you anything when it seems about to explain.

Overall it hinges on massive coincidences, as if they had been planned for, and there's just too much that goes exactly as expected to be believable. It's all too convenient, especially when the killer's identity is made clear...or at least heavily indicated. Yep, that's right -- it never says it outright, which might have been handled well in a better movie. It wasn't here, it just makes it seem like the whole experience was pretty worthless and meaningless.

It literally would have made more sense and been slightly more satisfying -- still very stupid, but better than what we got -- if the last dream sequence in the hospital (if you saw it, you know which one I mean) had been the actual ending.

It makes me want to see the cast and crew do a better movie, honestly. Maybe one with a more consistent tone. Do they want you to take it seriously as a drama? Do they want you to feel like it's more of an old-fashioned slasher? Is it supposed to be totally over the top, or is it supposed to feel more realistic? They never really decide, and you can't really have it both ways.

It is worth watching at least once, though. It wasn't a terrible movie, it was just perhaps too ambitious for its ability to realize. It's certain to be a great time with friends, especially with some suitably adult beverages involved. If you like classic slashers and love a puzzle, this one will probably appeal to you.

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