Random Acts of Violence (2019) 1080p

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Frame Rate:
24 fps
English 5.1  
Run Time:
80 min
IMDB Rating:
5.9 / 10 
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Directors: Jay Baruchel [Director] ,

Movie Description:
A pair of comic book writers begin to notice scary similarities between the character they created and horrific real-life events.


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Dark, violent but unoriginal.

Gritty, bloody and strange, "Random Acts Of Violence" proves co-writer and director Jay Baruchel has vision but this film lacks ingenuity.

In this slasher/horror film, a comic book creator begins to notice similarities between the characters he creates and horrific real-life events.

The films premise is chilling and the entire vibe of "Random Acts Of Violence" will keep you pinned to your seat, but I felt like some what was presented on screen was recycled. Granted, there is only so much you can do with a slasher film but given the rave reviews, I expected more. Baruchel's efforts as a filmmaker are definitely strong but maybe horror isn't the right fit? Then again, this is his first feature film and I would like to see what he comes up with next. You can stream this film now but be warned, this isn't for the faint of heart.

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Oh what coulda been. But then again, final acts in the serial killer horror genre rarely deliver on any promises made. Most just get messy.

And yes, "Random Acts of Violence" gets messy. Not for the weak of heart, this slasher builds on the premise of a copy cat killer aping the debauchery of a gruesome comic book. The author (and friends) gets caught up in the mayhem, which poses the age old question of life imitating art, except there is another art thrown in to suggest a loop.

Best known for his comedic Hollywood turns, Jay Baruchel writes, directs and co-stars in what is obviously a labour of love pet project. From the flippant opening that creates an illusion of comfort, to the harsh transition to the horrific - don't go in there - gore sequences, the set up and execution is classic shock.

Instead of challenged teenagers doing stupid things, our group of victims (sorry) not only react accordingly, but also try and dissect the situation, and the consequences of their actions. But then, well, things go off the rails.

Baruchel is clearly a studious fan of the genre, but like many before him, gets carried away, and cannot properly wrap his story in a satisfying manner. Maybe next time.

  • hipCRANK

only the last 20 minutes

Clocking in at arund 80 minutes it should be a quick moving story to tell it all but sadly it wasn't. The idea was okay, comic book writer and real life do come together but...

It all takes too long before it goes wrong. It's the last 20 minutes that this flick picks up speed and the horror and gore comes in. Before it's a mixture between boring moments and horror moments. The killer walks around but the murders were all years back so I didn't really got that part but must be me.

So at the end it was a so-so flick that only delivers the goods the last 20 minutes.

Gore 1,5/5Nudity 0/5Effects 2/5Story 2/5Comedy 0/5
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