Killer High (2018)

TV Movie   |  TV-14   |    |  Action, Comedy, Horror

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A high school reunion turns deadly when the school's cursed mascot comes back to life.




  • Asha Bromfield in Killer High (2018)
  • Varun Saranga and Kacey Rohl in Killer High (2018)
  • Asha Bromfield in Killer High (2018)
  • Kacey Rohl and Humberly González in Killer High (2018)
  • Michael Xavier in Killer High (2018)
  • Kacey Rohl in Killer High (2018)

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1 November 2018 | nyssareen-377-200479
| Don't go into this expecting a serious movie!
I am totally NOT a fan of horror movies, especially not the gory kind, or the stupid spoofs of more recent years (Scary Movie, Disaster Movie etc). I was in the hospital recently and had nothing to do but watch SyFy channel's horror movie marathon, so I ended up watching it. I loved it! I actually cared about the characters and the plot, and laughed the whole way through. It's not a straight up spoof, it's the kind of movie where the characters take the situation as completely genuine, but the movie is not taking itself too seriously (think Ghostbusters).

The acting was perfect for this type of movie, overly dramatic, but not so forced it was annoying. The characters were true to the stereotypes of high school and the behavior/conversations were spot on for school reunions. The plot was silly, but there actually was one that was well thought out and they stuck to it. There were some really cool visuals that would have fit in with a serious action movie, but were made to fit this kind of comedy to perfect effect.

Side note: The scene with the chocolate balls had me laughing so loud my nurse came to check on me. :D

Bottom line, if you're going in to this expecting a serious horror movie (Texas Chainsaw Massacre type) you're going to hate it. If you're going in expecting a straight up parody (Scary Movie type), you may enjoy it, but it's not going to be what you're after. But, if you're looking for something like Little Shop of Horrors or Ghostbusters (this is definitely more gory, comedic gore, but there is still a lot of blood and entrails etc), this is going to be what you're after.

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