Bloody Hell

critic Reviews

, 93% Fresh Tomatometer Score
  • For genre fans in the mood to watch some darkly funny mayhem, Bloody Hell lives up to its title in all the best ways.
  • , Fresh Tomatometer Score
    John DeForeHollywood Reporter
    A brisk, just-funny-enough escape thriller.
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  • , Fresh Tomatometer Score
    Noel MurrayLos Angeles Times
    Everyone involved with "Bloody Hell" is doing their jobs with creativity and gusto, even if it's hard to discern any larger point.
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  • , Rotten Tomatometer Score
    Teo BugbeeNew York Times
    It's a buffet of only sour dishes, a rank fete of foulness.
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    Derek SmithSlant Magazine
    The film's manic blend of gore and relentlessly cheeky comedy eventually leads to diminished returns.
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  • , Fresh Tomatometer Score
    Heather WixsonDaily Dead
    The combination of Grierson's talents behind the camera and O'Toole's talents in front of the camera make Bloody Hell a bloody good time.
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  • , Fresh Tomatometer Score
    Joe FriarThe Victoria Advocate
    You won't find many scares but there is plenty of gore to keep the horror fan satisfied. This film knows it's a dark comedy and embraces the fact. No cheap jump scares, just blood, guts, and laughs making this an entertaining thrill ride.
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  • , Fresh Tomatometer Score
    Dennis Harvey48 Hills
    Energetic and brash, Bloody Hell comes close to bad-taste horror comedy nirvana...
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  • , Fresh Tomatometer Score
    Rob HunterFilm School Rejects
    The wildly violent and extremely funny adventure of a boy, a girl, and the cannibalistic Finnish family standing between them.
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    Avi OfferNYC Movie Guru
    A wild, wickedly funny and suspenseful ride.
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  • , Fresh Tomatometer Score
    Sandy SchaeferCBR
    The film struggles to pay-off all of these threads and themes equally well from that point, but its plot takes enough unexpected zigs and zags to avoid running out of steam entirely before it crosses the finish line.
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