Slayed

2020

Horror

91
IMDb Rating 4.5 10 39

Synopsis


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January 28, 2021

Director

Cast

Jim Klock as Jordan
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678.38 MB
1280*720
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
73 min
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1.23 GB
1920×1080
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
73 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by pryorla 8 / 10 / 10

So much better than expected

When an unrated movie has two main characters that are responsible for the script and the direction of the film I usually expect it will be schlock. However In this case, Slayed was absolutely not. The scenario for the story was a little implausible, the script nonetheless, worked through it explaining why and and all of the motivations for the horror that takes place. The characters were well developed and the acting was very good, from the one teenage victim who portrays true realistic fright. I thought they might not have told her what was going to happen, her screaming and physical actions were so true to life, to the security guard who wants to be a movie star which you can't help but believe and almost feel sorry for. The movie really moved, it ended in what felt like 30 minutes but was actually 74 minutes. Give it a go, you'll be pleasantly surprised.

Reviewed by JRWLWTF 6 / 10 / 10

It's low budget schlock but good low budget schlock

I wasn't too impressed with the film overall but it was fun. I think that was the intention (at least I hope it was). The acting is pretty weak sometimes but the movie still ends up working way better than it should. If you like movies like Silent Night, Deadly Night then you should really enjoy this one.

Reviewed by kannibalcorpsegrinder 6 / 10 / 10

Watchable-at-best holiday horror santa slasher

Still haunted by tragedies, the workers at a water treatment plant are trying to close up for the holiday season when a series of accidents around the facility cause them to believe a strange killer in a Santa outfit killing them one-by-one and must find the reason why to get away alive. This was a pretty decent holiday horror offering. Among its better elements is a nice setup that offers a rather different take on the usual genre offerings featured through the first half. The early build-up featuring the layout of the plant and what they're working on the holiday are quite intriguing at getting this set up as to who's going to be around and the relationships with each other. That this also offers up some fun holiday scenery with the lighting and decorations strewn around the office, however small they might initially appear, gets this going pretty nicely. Given the charge into the series of chasing around the plant once it becomes clear what's going on and the barbaric tortures that are being set up here offer up some great kills and tons of bloodshed as a result which give this a lot to like. There are a few flaws with this one. The main issue present is that for every smart decision the characters engage in trying to figure out what's going on there's another one that's moronically stupid and irritating. The rookie cop is the most egregious, for while he tries to act sensibly in staying out of sight and trying to wait for a safer option to present itself instead of blindly rushing into something he's still capable of some utterly stupid decisions. Constantly running around the facility trying to find survivors or look for keys to something that doesn't need to be found showcases some fully awful choices that result in nothing more than extended chasing for no reason. As well, the finale's twist doesn't really make much sense in the grand scheme of things. While that revelation does come across as a total shock with absolutely no way to know what's going on beforehand, the way it causes the film to shift gears is quite unexplained. Rather than carry on the series of stalking and confrontations with the killer that's been highly enjoyable the speechifying explaining why seems to halt the momentum to do this. Moreover, the explanation doesn't seem logical as to why it would cause a rampage in the first place, as to carry it out the amount of planning and prep-work to go into dishing it out is unlikely and renders the holiday setting somewhat irrelevant to pull it off. These few slight issues do bring it down just enough over the positives. Rated Unrated/R: Graphic Violence and Graphic Language.

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