Plot: A group of criminals lay low in the remote Irish countryside after pulling off an audacious robbery. As they plan their escape they quickly realise the robbery will be the last thing to go right for them.
Runtime: 1 Hour 36 Minutes
There may be spoilers in the rest of the review
Story: Wickedly Evil starts when Gaz (Carter) and Dancer (Farrelly) have their latest robbery go wrong. It sees Gaz shot by Clare (Bourke) and Dancer taking her to their safe house. Meanwhile, Frankie (McGucken) has prepared the safe house as they wait for further instructions.
As the group looks to plan for the next steps, the neighbour Sadie (Walsh) starts to get a little too close for comfort. However, what happens that night leaves everyone shocked as the thieves must fight for their lives.
Verdict on Wickedly Evil
Wickedly Evil is a horror comedy following a bunch of thieves whose latest job has gone horribly wrong. They must hide out in their safe house for further instructions until they find themselves fighting for their lives.
In the world of criminals hiding out after a crime only to face a bigger threat. This is a welcomed addition to that collection of movies. The story keeps us guessing as to what will happen next, as nothing is made clear early on. We get a chaotic nature to the story because of how the heist has gone wrong. Which only adds to the mystery of what is going on. However, it does feel like it waits too long to give us the full reveal as that only adds another layer of chaotic nature to the story.
Where to Watch: Wickedly Evil is Released on digital 13 November 2023
Final Thoughts –Wickedly Evil is a chaotic comical tale.