Directed by Jeremy Saulnier
A guest at a Halloween party learns the other partygoers are conspiring to kill him in this deadly, deadpan horror comedy from BLUE RUIN and GREEN ROOM director, Jeremy Saulnier. A random invitation to a party in the hipster neighborhood of Williamsburg, Brooklyn leads a man into the hands of a rogue collective intent on murdering him for the sake of their art, sparking a bloodbath of mayhem and hilarity. Will they do away with the puzzled partygoer? Or will arguments over which thai restaurant to order from give him the opportunity to turn the table on his hosts?
A guest at a Halloween party learns the other partygoers are conspiring to kill him.
Cast: Chris Sharp, Snooty Puff, Bill Tangradi
This movie has become a Halloween tradition for me! Love it!
Its pretty funny at parts good movie.
Great debut from Jeremy Saulnier, Director of Blue Ruin and Green Room. Features his well known realistic gore, with much more humor...which is a tad bit hit or miss.
The movie was okay wasn’t the best horror movie but wasn’t the worst!
Quite a bit short of brilliance, but this movie still delivers entertainment far better than the average. The movie features five self-indulgent artists with a loose grip on mortality looking to push the envelope of artistic expression by exhibiting a genuine homicide on Halloween. Anyone familiar with artistic critique should have a bit of fun with this viewing, but don't expect it to dive too deep.