Answering an in-home help ad for an elderly woman, Abby Daniels leaves family and friends for a remote farmhouse in the country. But all is not as it seems with her fluffy employer, whose ...
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Answering an in-home help ad for an elderly woman, Abby Daniels leaves family and friends for a remote farmhouse in the country. But all is not as it seems with her fluffy employer, whose locked doors and cellar seem to be hiding some unusual hobbies. When she drunkenly sneaks her boyfriend into the house, breaking the rules about cursing and fornication, Abby is plunged into a nightmare of hellish proportions - pitted against a clan of ruthless, amoral and degenerate flesh-eaters lead by their murderous GRANNY!Written by
I wasn't sure how I was gonna feel about this movie at first. I really loved the camera work and the whole 80s vibe I got from it (other than the use of computers and cell phones). The acting was not very good at all but that doesn't bother me much if everything else is good, and I can say that everything else was very good in KILL, GRANNY, KILL. Granny's one-liners were hit-and-miss, but I enjoyed them all the same. The camera work, the editing, the story (though simple it was still effective for a low-budget slasher), the location (I loved the old house) and the kills were pretty brutal at times. A couple scenes in particular really stood out. With a running time of just under 70 minutes, there was never a time that felt boring. All in all I give it a solid 6 out of 10.
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