“Relax. Take a chill pill okay. You’re acting like you’ve never killed anyone before.” Liza (AnnaLynne McCord)
At first 68 KILL may feel like a run of the mill carnage pic. To be a compelling conductor of mayhem, see for example Sion Sono’s TOKYO TRIBE, you must create engaging characters in the build-up to the crescendo. And 68 KILL builds and builds, adding to glib put-downs with a variety of hilarious obscenity. A game cast, who might have read the script and balked, bring it to life. The film shares a similar gleeful macabre inventiveness as the movie director Trent Haaga co-wrote, CHEAP THRILLS (2013). If you are squeamish, these two aren’t for you.
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