The Drone


Comedy / Horror

IMDb Rating 4.2 10 75


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November 2, 2019



Anita Briem as Flight Attendant
John Mayer as Self
Simon Rex as Jeffries
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713.68 MB
23.976 fps
82 min
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1.27 GB
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82 min
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Reviewed by michaelant555 6 / 10 / 10

Genuine Review Here

A serial killer who uses a drone to spy on women before killing them is being chased by the cops and ends up dying. His spirit enters the drone which then takes on a life of its own - like Chucky. The drone ends up in the home of a young couple who begin to notice strange things beginning to happen in the house. It's a cheesy, comical B movie but, the acting is fine, it doesn't take itself seriously, the characters are likable and believable, and the story doesn't hang about. I enjoyed it. 6/10 from me.

Reviewed by TheTopDawgCritic 6 / 10 / 10

Loved it! It's the best dumbest film I've ever seen, but..

For starters, the concept of a simple drone as the antagonist in a horror-comedy is genius! This film is by far the best dumbest and cheesiest horror-comedy film I've ever seen, but I really wish it had ended after the fire (don't want to give too much away). The extra 5 minutes just took away from the normal entertaining nonsense that happened prior, and had me saying "ytho?" Had that been omitted and ended right there, I would've given this low-budget B-grade film a 9/10. Still though, I enjoyed every aspect - the cheesy and entertaining acting and characters, the gore (lmao at bathroom scene!), the suspense and thrills, and that drone actually became a character to me, albeit the real star was some kid behind the scenes with the controller lol. If you're looking for lavish cinematography or a deep message, you won't find it here. The Drone is just silly entertainment with some fun kills. It doesn't ask to be taken seriously; it just wants us to smile. We need more of these films. It's a well deserved 7.5 rounded up to an 8/10 from me. If anyone thinks this review is fake, click on my username to see my 1000+ ratings and 700+ reviews. Then grab the popcorn and go see this little gem!

Reviewed by BA_Harrison 6 / 10 / 10

Remotely entertaining.

Jordan Rubin's follow up to his undead rodent horror/comedy Zombeavers is a tongue-in-cheek technological thriller with a premise so knowingly ridiculous that it's hard not to enjoy at least a bit, despite a lot less of the sexiness and outrageous gore that helped to make his previous film so entertaining. John Brotherton and Alex Essoe play married couple Chris and Rachel, who find themselves menaced by a consumer drone possessed by the spirit of a serial killer. This silly set up allows for numerous very daft scenes as the drone flies by itself, carrying out a series of acts (including killing the family dog and murder) in order to get Chris out of the picture: it eventually transpires that the serial killer was an ex-boyfriend of Rachel's, and he is still obsessed with her. The novelty of the sentient drone menacing the couple does get a touch tired towards the end, and the lack of serious splatter is a little disappointing (the drone bumping off a private eye by flying up his butt is all too brief, while the double decapitation of two policemen is only seen as a shadow against a wall), but the game performances and a general sense of fun go a long way to making this a serviceable time-waster. 5.5/10, rounded up to 6 for IMDb.

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