Comedy / Horror / Thriller

IMDb Rating 6.4 10 2,129


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December 12, 2020


Alan Ruck as Mr. Bernardi
Kathryn Newton as Millie
Uriah Shelton as Booker Strode
Vince Vaughn as The Butcher
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937.38 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
102 min
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1.88 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
102 min
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Reviewed by Fella_shibby 7 / 10 / 10

They gotta be careful with the sequel cos Vince Vaughn is the kernel of this movie.

Vince Vaughn's acting is top notch. His pancy way of running around n his girly act is what made this film entertaining. The film starts off with a bang, lots of brutal killings n then maintains the entertaining value cos of Vaughn's top notch acting. The film has good humor n moves at a decent pace. The professor with the handle bar moustache looks like Edward Norton.

Reviewed by flicklover 7 / 10 / 10

Alot less cool than it thinks it is!

When I saw the trailer firbthis I was cautiously optimistic that it could be ok. It looked like a Scream meets Freaky Friday. Well, it is that but it is really not very good. Of course this type of horror comedy is not to be taken seriously but it is not very funny or scary at all. The premise is just as the trailer shows. A high school girl gets attacked by a serial killer and they switch bodies. That's it. The serial killer the Blissfield Butcher is played by Vince Vaughn. The high school girl Millie is played by Kathryn Newton. Millie is attacked by the killer with a sacred Aztec dagger that has the power to switch their bodies. The fun of the film is watching each of them adjust in their new bodies. Vaughn does a good job with a very thin script. Newton just goes around looking evil. The film is gory but nothing we've never seen before in much better films. It has a couple of decent chuckles but again been there seen that. The film wants to convince you that it is really cool and edgy but it really isn't. Lazy film. Grade: C-

Reviewed by Tony_Fresh_Reviews 7 / 10 / 10

Vince Vaughn plays a better teenage girl than most teenage girls.

It's a little late for a Halloween/slasher movie, but it looks like they really wanted that Friday the 13th release date. And to my surprise, this was way more fun than I thought it would be. Just when you think it's another generic, teen angst, alcohol-drinking, sex-thirsting movie, the kills start happening. Not only were they gory, but they were also quite creative. The movie just knows exactly what it is and never takes itself too seriously. Plus, watching mean bullies die in horrific ways was just so satisfying to watch. (Hopefully, I'm not the only one...) More importantly, Vince Vaughn is the reason you should watch this. You have this 6-foot-5 giant of a man running around as a teenage girl. From the way he speaks to his subtle mannerisms, it was just plain funny. He's the man-- or the woman, I mean. As for the negatives, it mostly has to do with the writing. Basically, everything with the family was boring and predictable. It was probably the most generic part of the movie. They lazily tell you everything you need to know as soon as they're introduced. I also hate it when movies portray a character as "ugly" or "undesirable" and the actress is anything but. In other words, they want you to believe that Kathryn Newton's Millie is some kind of weirdo loser, but I just never bought it. There's also a disconnect between Newton's Millie, who is shy, timid and quiet, and Vince Vaughn's Millie, who is girly-girl, talkative and fun. They just felt like different people. There's also, sort of, two endings. There was the natural conclusion, and everything was good, but then it goes on for another 10 minutes, and it was just unnecessary. Despite some annoying tropes and poor writing, this was a fun, self-aware movie with some horrific kills and really funny body swap moments. Score: 7 out of 10 Overall: Good Recommended for: Fans of Vince Vaughn, fans of Freaky Friday with a slasher twist, or fans of watching scumbag bullies get what's coming to them. Thanks for reading!

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