All Must Die – Movie Review
Director: Geir Greni
Writer: Geir Greni, Robert Næss (Screenplay)
- Viktoria Winge
- Veslemøy Mørkrid
- Tinashe Williamson
- Julia Schacht (Christmas Blood)
- Marte Sæteren
- Linni Meister
Plot: A bachelorette party in the woods goes terribly wrong.
Runtime: 1 Hour 22 Minutes
There may be spoilers in the rest of the review
Story: All Must Die starts as six friends Gina (Winge), Marte (Willimason), Camilla (Schacht), Stine (Sæteren), Elise (Meister) and Ida (Mørkrid) head off to the woods for a bachelorette party. What starts out as the girls having some fun enjoying themselves takes a turn.
Gina believes she is being followed by an axe-wielding figure and finds a couple of her friends dead. Only when she turns to the others, there is nothing there.
Verdict on All Must Die
All Must Die is a horror slasher from Norway. It follows a bachelorette party that goes wrong when an axe-wielding killer turns up. It starts out like most slashers, the good time between friends all feels completely natural.
When it comes to the slasher side of things, it does start how you would imagine. Only it takes a massive twist going in a direction you wouldn’t see coming. This does keep things feeling unique to the sub-genre and will make you want to return to check out any clues.
As for the performances they are all strong, the six women make for a natural friendship and handle the horror in the film well.
The only negative to this movie is that some of it feels rushed in the middle and certain moments feel missed for the slasher film specialist side of things.
Where to Watch: All Must Die will arrive on Digital, VOD platforms on August 2 including iTunes, Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, Xbox, and Vudu.
Final Thoughts – All Must Die is a solid addition to the slasher sub-genre, taking things in an unexpected direction.