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Happy Death Day 2U

2019 / 100m - USA
Horror, Mystery
Happy Death Day 2U poster

A fun and inventive sequel. The first couple of minutes make it look like a bored and uninspired cash-in, but things quickly turn around and the film gets pulled in a very different direction, without ever losing touch with the original. Don't expect a full-blown horror flick, instead this is a pretty cheeky yet successful attempt to mess with the audience's expectations.


2020 / 102m - USA
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Landon's latest Blumhouse project. That means teeny horror with a small twist and some light comedy to keep things breezy and fun. Landon's films aren't masterpiece material, but they're perfect cinema/date night movies that are easy watches, while making a real effort to be as entertaining as possible.

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The Butcher is an urban legend who turns very real one weekend. He invades a small town, steals a dagger and starts killing people. When he meets Millie, a somewhat reclusive girl, he stabs her with the dagger, and they swap bodies. When The Butcher can survive in his new body for 24 hours, the swap becomes definitive.

Performances are solid, with a stand-out part for Vince Vaughn. The comedy is decent, the horror references are fun and the kills are quite brutal, though the film remains light on actual gore. The core twist is fun enough, the pacing is solid and the film doesn't outstay its welcome. Another solid Landon, no doubt we'll see a sequel next year.

Happy Death Day

2017 / 96m - USA
Horror, Mystery, Thriller
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We Have a Ghost

2023 / 126m - USA
Comedy, Fantasy
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Landon takes on a more kid-friendly horror project, to the point where it probably can't be called a horror film anymore. We Have a Ghost is more of a Ghostbuster-like film that prefers a fresh start rather than contemporizing an existing franchise. You have to respect that, but the film itself could've been better.

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The Presley family moves into an old house, hoping to make a fresh start. It doesn't take long before they discover they have a ghost in their attic. The ghost isn't malicious, and Kevin takes a liking to him. With his neighbor Joy, he tries to figure out what trauma keeps the ghost tied to the world of the living.

The structure is that of a classic horror film, but the atmosphere is light and there is no gore, nor any attempt to add scares. The performances are decent, but the plot is pretty cheesy and two hours is way too long for a simple genre film like this. A more concise version might've been easier to stomach. Other than that, not bad, but primarily targeted at teens.

Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse

2015 / 93m - USA
Action, Comedy, Horror
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