Written by Luke Barnes
Retail workers on Black Friday must do battle against alien creatures that possess people and turn them into zombie like creatures.
When I saw the trailer for this film I had such high hopes and I was disappointed when I actually saw it.
This film boasts horror icons Devon Sawa and Bruce Campbell but even their horror pedigree can’t help this film, sadly all icons make bad decisions from time to time and this is certainly one of them. Neither Campbell nor Sawa is given anything particularly interesting to do and as such there characters each feel very one note. This becomes even more of an issue as the group of characters that become more of a central focus by the end of the film are both boring and irritating.
In terms of horror this is incredibly by the numbers. You have seen this film before, the premise is nothing new. Some people are praising this film by saying that it is very reflective of the retail experience however, I feel other horror films have done even that better before. There is certainly nothing scary about this film, the only thing scary about it is how long it goes on for.
It has strong pacing issues.
Overall, simply disappointing a waste of good talent.
It is watchable
A few good moments
Campbell has natural charm that even this film can’t hide
It is not scary
It is generic
It has pacing issues
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