My takeaway is that it's a decidedly oddball production, seemingly in the Blumhouse arena, with Samara Weaving giving us a terrific show. 4 Stars

I really had no idea what I was getting into with this new Fox release.

Once it got going it seemed to be heading toward Most Dangerous Game territory, but with a decidedly dark humor bent. War between the classes? Not so much. More, at least my take, a plot point.

In that regard, I’d still like to see Blumhouse’s The Hunt, which may appear in a boxed set with Song of the South.

My takeaway is that it’s a decidedly oddball production, seemingly in the Blumhouse arena, with Samara Weaving giving us a terrific show.

Not for every taste. Goes places that were unexpected, which was good.

And generally a fun ride.

Shot with an Arri Alexa Mini, and with its own particular color palette.

Image – 5

Audio – 5 (DTS-HD MA 5.1)

Pass / Fail – Pass

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And maybe the best last line of the year.
 

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I totally enjoyed this film, was a great deal of fun, with clever dialogue and dark humor for good measure.
 

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Reasonably entertaining film although i thought the ending was weak. Expected it to be a variation on 'And Then There Were None' which would have been better, if not original.