Game of Death

critic Reviews

, 56% Rotten Tomatometer Score
  • Game of Death's over-the-top violence and gore will be too much for some, but genre fans up for some bloody thrills will find it well worth playing.
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    Simon AbramsRogerEbert.com
    A killing spree ensues, though 'spree' makes it sounds a lot more fun than Game of Death ever really gets.
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    Dennis HarveyVariety
    The film is sure to develop a cult following among viewers in the same general age range as its protagonists. But don't expect their parents to approve.
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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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    Molly HeneryThe Blogging Banshee
    Game of Death is a fun concept for a horror film that leaves a lot to be desired.
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    Carla HayCulture Mix
    Game of Death ... is essentially a repetitive, mindless bloodbath. The only heads that might explode for Game of Death are when viewers get bored or frustrated with this bottom-of-the-barrel horror flick.
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    Luke ParkerVoiceBoxOffice
    At least the game's countdown feature told me when the movie would be over.
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    Joe FriarThe Victoria Advocate
    The horror-comedy has its moments if not a plot. It's bloody, gory, but not much else. Still, I had fun watching it.
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    Amanda MazzilloFilm Inquiry
    Game of Death is a fun and gore-filled examination of horror and video game conventions that works well in its short runtime.
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    Josh BellCBR
    The movie is drenched in blood and guts, but none of it makes an impact.
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    Luke RodriguezModern Horrors
    Game of Death doesn't care about your socially charged sub-plots; it only wants mayhem, and that's exactly what it delivers.
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