Game of Death

critic Reviews

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    Katie RifeAV Club
    Game Of Death's playful tone does land some absurdist laughs, but attempts to reconcile the film's ironic distance from its pervasive bloodshed and the serious moral conflict produced by the game's rules land with a splat.
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    Emilie BlackCinema Crazed
    Game of Death is one of those films that would be a great choice for a party film, it's a fun film perfect to watch as a group.
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    Joey KeoghWicked Horror
    It's a tricky stunt to pull, making something both funny and horrible, but Game Of Death walks this tightrope with complete confidence.
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    Tracy AllenPopHorror.com
    Game of Death has no parts that I feel didn't work. The entire movie titillated me.
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    Kimberley ElizabethNightmare on Film Street
    Game of Death is quiet, edgy, dark and violent. It's got a faux-retro vibe in only the way that 2000's babies will appreciate. It's the Spring Breakers of Horror.
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    Matt OakesSilver Screen Riot
    Fountains of blood and questionable millennials populate Laurence Morais and Sebastien Landry's campy Game of Death, a slick and uproarious horror comedy where its kill or be killed in a heady celebration of schlocky violence and over-the-top gore.
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    Trace ThurmanBloody Disgusting
    This could have been an intriguing short film, but instead it's a drawn out slog that becomes more and more obnoxious as it goes on.
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    Joe LipsettQueer.Horror.Movies.
    There is a lot to like about Game of Death - the gore, the premise, the opening scenes - but Landry and Morais-Lagace's project is undermined by poor pacing, bland narrative arcs and a lack of conflict.
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    Kat HughesTHN
    [The] flashes of invention are bogged down by weak dialogue, overly dramatic acting, a muddled story riddled with plot holes, and stupid characters.
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    Kaitlyn TiffanyThe Verge
    ... Game of Death isn't particularly visually cohesive.
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