Slaughterhouse Rulez (2018)

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An illustrious British boarding school becomes a bloody battleground when a mysterious sinkhole appears at a nearby fracking site unleashing unspeakable horror.

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1 November 2018 | mabe98
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| Worthy follow up to If..., Another Country & Dead Poets Society
You may have enjoyed the creation of the world that is Hogwart's as a pre-requisite to Harry Potter's antics. The same will be true for some viewers of this window into the culture of British boarding schools. A whole world is set up with gods (prefects), initiations and teenage hormones.

Into this is unexpectedly propelled our hero Don, who has to navigate the network of emotions of the present and former pupils, alive and less so, with only the presence of girls to keep his spirits up when suddenly it becomes apparent that there is an evil comedy horror on site.

Alex Macqueen is a treat as the baddy who cares wants to ruin the environment as is Nick Frost who wants to pollute in other ways.

There's an orgy scene that is undoubtedly the best in the canon of school films and may spawn youtube memes and some deliciously crude language and humour that would meet a frosty response from real world teachers, matrons, parents and other boring people.

There is no other film in history that contains both evil flesh eaters and a scene subtitled in Latin as a jibe at all the pretentious film buff who will no doubt give this film bad reviews as they know everything about high brow and nothing about having a good evening out.

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