Monday, September 26, 2016
Day 21: Killennial (2016) NEW ORLEANS HORROR FILM FEST SPECIAL EDITION PART 1 of 2!
I'm taking a break from my traditional routine with Netflix to review two films I ended up catching at the 2016 New Orleans Horror Film Fest this year. The first of which was the short film entitled Killennial.
A true horror-comedy, Killennial focuses around a killer that puts his cabin up for rent on AirBnB to a group of millennials. His goal is to scare and murder each of them but they're so focused with their Instagram photos and vlogging that they don't even seem to notice the man in the mask. If you have a chance to see this film, I definitely recommend it for some good laughs and some relatively decent gore kills.
My only complaint was the overacting of everyone that isn't the killer. If it were toned down just a bit I feel like it actually would've helped the comedy factor a bit more.
If you'd like to check out info on this film you can go to its Facebook page at facebook.com/killennial/.
You can also check out the New Orleans Horror Film Fest page at nolahorrorfilmfest.com
Overall, I give Killennial 3 this dude in a gas mask out of 5: