All of us have made certain efforts so our in-laws will like us, but Grace is going to have to give it her all if she wants to fit in with her brand new husband's wealthy dynasty, who require her to follow a brutal tradition: for the bride to try to survive her wedding night while the rest of them hunt her down. The class struggle stuff hits the proverbial fan in this extremely black satire starring a brilliant Samara Weaving and including an uncommonly perverse Andie MacDowell.Written by
Sitges Film Festival
The masks the Le Domas family uses in the prologue are reminiscent of the masks used in the Twlight Zone episode The Twilight Zone: The Masks (1964), where they are worn by members of a wealthy family. See more »
Steven catches Grace in his car and breaks the window. When he is driving her back to the house, the window is intact. See more »
Sonata No. 7 in D Major, Op. 10, No. 3: III. Menuetto Allegro
Written by Ludwig van Beethoven
Performed by Mikhail Korzhev
Courtesy of Megatrax Production Music See more »
Lots of gore and laughs
Yes, it is a horror. Yes, it is a comedy. Yes, it is a great watch.
I laughed a lot watching this movie. I also cringed a few times from the gorey horror. I didn't know much about it going in. I honestly couldn't pick how it would end which means I was interested the whole way through.
I liked all of the performances, especially those of Samara Weaving and Adam Brody. They had interesting characters. Andie MacDowell and Henry Czerny were great too. Everyone was. No one let the team down.
I really enjoyed this movie. I honestly don't understand all the 1 and 2 ratings. Even if you didn't like it, it doesn't deserve that low of a rating. It was just a really fun movie to watch. Give it a chance.
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