Everyone Must Die! (2012) Review

Everyone Must Die! (2012) Review

Time to take a look at some no budget slasher fun people!  Everyone Must Die! is the latest from Steve Rudzinski.  I honestly knew nothing about Steve, but did get to meet him for a couple minutes at Cinema Wasteland and he came across as an intelligent fan of the genre .  So, let’s see what kinda mad skills he’s got behind the camera.

A serial killer clad in black from head to toe is hacking and slashing his way across the country from town to town. One man has made it his life’s work to track down the killer (who murdered his sister) and exact some sweet revenge.  The next strike from our killer is a group of college kids (featuring local celebrity rapper MC Pink) camping in the woods.  Shortly after the carnage, another group of college kids meet to have a barbecue in honor of MC Pink, when once again the unstoppable killing force shows up.

Everyone Must Die! is exactly what no budget independent horror should be, fun.  It’s pretty obvious that Steve is a fan of 80’s slasher movies, and he does a fantastic job mixing in enough comedy to poke fun at them while still showing his love for the genre.  The movie is littered with lots of blood, boobs, and kills and really thats why we watch slasher movies.  Keep in mind, that this is definitely a horror-comedy, but the laughs are real and never overtake the horror aspect.  Finally, the twist near the end also is one of the most fantastic ideas in slasher movie history!  Well done!

If you’re like me and enjoy watching independent horror films made for the love of the genre, then Everyone Must Die! should be right up your alley.  I would love to see what Mr. Rudzinski could do with some real cash, because he definitely understands what horror fans are looking for in a movie (unlike some of the major studio garbage we are force fed).  Everyone Must Die! comes highly recommended, and as always, support independent horror!

For more information on Everyone Must Die!, check out the official website.


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Matt has been a fan of horror films since his first trip to the video store when he was transfixed by classic vhs cover art. Now he primarily enjoys films from the grindhouse era of the 70's and 80's, but holds a soft spot in in his heart for low budget flicks.


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