Till Death


Horror / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 89%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 75%
IMDb Rating 5.8 10 2020


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July 7, 2021



Callan Mulvey as Bobby Ray
Lili Rich as Eva
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815.5 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
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1.64 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by whitemanfromtowne 4 / 10 / 10


To call it garbage as I have read from other reviews is a bit nonsensical and juvenile. This movie wasn't garbage at all. It's watchable....once. A heist film with all the predictable ingredients starring Megan Fox, who by the way did a decent job as lead in this small budget film. I put this into the category of an above average Lifetime movie thriller.

Reviewed by whitetowel-74786 3 / 10 / 10

Will Megan get out-foxed...

If you enjoyed the likes of 'Gerald's Game', 'Hush' or the Coens classic 'Fargo' then chances are you will like this darkly comedic cat-and-mouse thriller starring the oh-so-gorgeous Megan Fox. 'Till Death' is basically a lowkey revenge thriller involving infidelity, corruption, diamonds, lots of blood and lovely Megan running around in the freezing cold with not much on... what's not to like. The storyline moves along swiftly with sufficient drama, tension and darkly amusing dialogue throughout culminating in a wild, blood-soaked finale that just about gets the job done. Sure, it's no mind-blower but for a one-watch time filler you could do way worse than popping some corn with this one. Try a double dip with 2009's 'Jennifer's Body' for a full-on Megan Fox-fest... you know you want too...

Reviewed by JICNZ 3 / 10 / 10

I Got To The End Which Is Saying Something For Hollywood These Days

As soon as I heard the premise of this movie (handcuffed to dead husband), I thought 'that dead hand would be coming off if it were me attached to a corpse'. So my main reason for watching to find out how the writers avoided the obvious: wife cutting dead husband's hand off, end of movie. Well, they made a token effort with it: no knives left for her, no hand tools. But glass from windows or pictures? Smash, slice, bit of wiggling and digging and you'd be free. But no. There's never any attempt to give bad guys nuance in films these days either. First, you cast them white so we all know they are bad. Then if you possibly can, make them European, preferably English. To have them the epitome of toxic patriarchy must be delicious for the writers. Have him dictate his wife's clothing choices (cliché, been done in Sleeping With the Enemy); have him order food for her (cliché, been done in Ammonite) and you get she's oppressed and that anything she does to him is legitimate. Except, you've then set up the idea that this is a meek, dominated, push-over of a woman who can't even decide for herself what she eats for dinner. That she then flips and turns into hellwoman with a hatchet is rather unlikely. But as I said in the title, I did actually get through to the end of this film. I wanted to see if Megan Fox's makeup would survive, and it did! Amazing. Her lipstick survived a night's sleep, a whole day of dragging a corpse around with her bleeding all over her, washing her face (finally), being frozen, stabbed, tortured and drowned in a ice-covered lake. But the lippy was still gorgeous. Sorry, am I supposed to actually take stuff like this seriously?

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