Black Friday


Comedy / Horror

IMDb Rating 7.6 10 35


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November 22, 2021



Leah Procito as Infected Shopper
Mark Steger as Gran
Ryan Lee as Chris
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773.51 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
84 min
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1.55 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
84 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by ferguson-6 5 / 10 / 10

needed more punch with the alien goo

Greetings again from the darkness. The horror-comedy genre boasts many movies that can be described as 'a blast' or 'a wild ride'. Director Casey Tebo and writer Andy Greskoviak wisely jump on a topic that lends itself all too well to this genre: the whole mess we call Black Friday shopping. Ingeniously setting this in a toy store ("We Love Toys"), focusing on the stressed-out employees, and assembling what seems like the perfect cast, the filmmakers somehow come up short, due mostly to a paucity of effective one-liners and visual gags so necessary in a project like this. Devon Sawa (FINAL DESTINATION, 2000) stars as Ken, the divorced father who is pained at having to drop his kids at his ex-wife's house as he heads in for his Black Friday shift at the store. We are then introduced to others on the store staff, including Ivana Baquero (Ofelia in the Guillermo del Toro instant classic PAN'S LABYRINTH, 2006) as Marnie, Ryan Lee (SUPER 8, 2011) as germophobe Chris, Michael Jai White (SPAWN, 1997) as Archie the maintenance guy, and Stephen Peck as Bryan, the power-abusing Assistant Manager. Leading this group of misfits is the always-great Bruce Campbell (the EVIL DEAD franchise) as Jonathan, the Store Manager and corporate lackey. In an early scene we hear a TV newscast that forewarns of an upcoming meteor event, and the science fiction element involves a gooey alien creature/substance that causes even more turmoil than the shortages of this year's must-have toys. Shoppers are transformed into zombie-flesh-eating-alien-mutants, and the toy store staff teams up in an effort to stay alive. All of the actors do their part. Sawa is effective as the leader, while Baquero lends a strong female presence. White is the epitome of a nail-gun toting action hero, and Campbell delivers his comic force while donning a bow-tie and cardigan. The special effects work, and the only thing missing are searing and cutting quips and one-liners that would complete the picture. ZOMBIELAND (2009), PRIDE AND PREJUDICE AND ZOMBIES (2016), THE DEAD DON'T DIE (2019), and READY OR NOT (2019) are all films in this genre that actually delivered what this one should have ... what it teased. One Air Supply joke and a riff on corporate greed and out-of-control entitled holiday shoppers was a tremendous idea that would have benefitted from more humorous social commentary. It's a letdown that may yet find a place the Midnight Movie slot. Available in theaters and On Demand beginning November 19, 2021.

Reviewed by lilboatad 10 / 10 / 10

Lots of fun

I haven't watched the movie but it was 9 overall Out of 10 of course It was hilarious and the gore was there. The acting was good as expected. The reason I'm giving it a 9 is because I haven't actually watched it but it was a good movie.

Reviewed by padjka 10 / 10 / 10

A fun, campy ride

I had the opportunity to see BF in Austin and I loved it. This movie is a lot of fun and reminds me of the fun comedy/horror films I watched in the 70s and 80s. Anyone who ever worked retail will relate. The is a holiday must watch!

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