Comedy / Horror / Sci-Fi

IMDb Rating 6.1 10 107


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January 13, 2020



Nick Gomez as Oscar
Rich Fulcher as Dave
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856.31 MB
23.976 fps
96 min
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1.51 GB
23.976 fps
96 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by arfdawg-1 1 / 10 / 10

Ignore the Ridiculous Phony 10-point Reviews!

This movie is HORRIBLE. Cheaply made. Poorly directed -- never make a movie again, please. Worst acted. A stoopid moronic script that is neither humorous nor insightful. And a bad soundtrack. Worst movie so far in 2020. Wish there was a way to get rid of those phony 10 point reviews clowns who are pushing this garbage inserted on IMDB

Reviewed by marie-ketring 10 / 10 / 10

Super fun!

I watched this during it's run at SXSW. This film was surprising and soulful despite its ridiculous premise. It stabs at everything from female sexuality to bro culture and women's relationships. I could see this being the next Gremlins or Critters.

Reviewed by mpacyna9 10 / 10 / 10

Snatchers, when teen pregnancy wasn't scary enough.

Snatchers is a hilarious horror/comedy with a bit of scifi-action. A cautionary tale about visiting Mexico and having unprotected sex. For me the strongest elements of the movie were the jokes. They were always just one step ahead of the audience and had the theater roaring. There is a lot of teen slang but it grew on me over time and added another layer of depth to the world. Importantly, the characters were well cast. Everyone had killer deliveries that sold and elevated the dialogue which on paper would have had me second guessing. The movie was not just well-crafted but polished, and the pace and dialogue so quick you might be laughing through the next bit, but, by adding small details that not only enrich the world but foreshadow events, the movie has a lot of rewatchability. It was plenty gory and campy in an Evil Dead sorta way, and the creature was well designed using practical effects. It reminded me a lot of something Ray HarryHausen would come up with. Unlike a lot of comedies out there Snatchers has a style. The camera moves, and gets used to its fullest extent to not just capture the comedy but become a part of it, and creating humor using filmmaking which to me is quite refreshing. A Lot of comedies nowadays are lit flatly so the actors can improvise endlessly but I'm happy to report that's not the case here. With zollys, crash zooms, and whip pans, Snatchers feels heavily influenced by the work of Edgar Wright, Sam Rami, and Steven Spielberg. I highly recommend seeing the movie wherever you can, but with a large crowd in a theater would be the best.

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