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Director Israel Luna (Ticked-Off Trannies with Knives) shows audiences just how cut-throat show business can be in this bloody, outrageous horror-comedy that satirizes the filmmaking industry. When the air-headed leading lady of a B-grade fright flick turns up brutally murdered during the film shoot, the motley members of the cast and crew find themselves at the heart of a real-life whodunit - and with so many competing egos on set, everyone's a suspect.
Featuring gay icon Chad Allen (Ice Blues, Hollywood, je t'aime) alongside an oddball cast of characters - from the eccentric director, to the bitter supporting actress, to the scheming production assistants - Fright Flick keeps the laughs and the screams rolling with a sinful combination of dark humor, suspense and comic-book-style gore. Horror Society calls this sharp-witted slasher 'a twisted, enjoyably, bloody good time!'
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This film is billed as a horror-comedy, so as expected most lines of dialogue serves to deliver jokes or to further the plot. It's somewhat stilted and choppy, but purposefully so. Still, there are some very funny moments like make-up artist Chase's (Charles Baker) monologue and starlet Ophelia's (Valerie Nelson) flubbed lines ("anusly and vaginally"). The characters are little more than props to be murdered in some beautifully brutal fashion. Let's be honest, this is why we love these sorts of films. Oh, and note to self : never lean over a gas station counter.
In horror films, the audience should root for the survival of the "last woman standing." One of the "twists" of this film is that her identity is hidden until later in the film. I found her identity to be surprising, but once her identity was uncovered I got behind her (no pun intended) 100 %. The identity of the killer may not be as surprising to those familiar with horror films, but the final fright was still very fun.