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�Nach einer wahren Geschichte
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|Serbian subtitles You Can't Kill Stephen King||3 years ago|
Good effort, but could have done better
6/10 I appreciate that 'slasher' films have become a bit 'old hat' these days. Most B-movies in the genre don't even try to come up with anything more original than some masked loon stalking and murdering a bunch of over-sexed teenagers. However, with 'You Can't Kill Stephen King' at least the makers tried to do something a little different.2 years ago
For a start, they injected a little humour into the film. If you're looking for a straight horror, you won't find it here. It's definitely black comedy-horror all the way. They also try and play on the obviously cliches and conventions you'd expect to find within this type of film and go some way to turn them on their heads and exploit them.
For all that, the film is actually quite enjoyable, as a group of teens travel off the beaten path in small-town America in an attempt to track down their icon, none other than Stephen King himself. However, as you might expect, they start falling victim to an unseen assailant. And here lies the main problem... you can subvert a few cliches and add a bit of humour, but what you're left with is a pretty run-of-the-mill slasher film. Although some parts of it are fun, it still doesn't succeed in being different enough to really raise it above the thousands of similar movies (some of which are played straight, others not).
So, despite all the good intentions, all you have is an average slasher movie. If you're really desperate to see what is little more than a 'modern Friday 13th type film' then give this one a go, or if you're a die-hard fan of Stephen King you should enjoy all the homages to him. But, ultimately, there's not enough that's new here to really recommend this film over the countless others like it.
9/10 Saw this at theater in Tokyo with friends. I'm a big Stephen King fan and liked all the references placed through the story.2 years ago
It was a good mix of horror film and comedy. There were multiple times I laughed out loud. The acting was really good. The scary scene in the woods was so scary I had to hide my eyes.
I also liked the music. Reminded me of The Shinning, one of my favorite movies. There were so many times I was able to say what movie lines and story points were from different Stephen King movies, and even books. Made the movie even more fun.
If you have the chance, see it. Very good film!
Better than expected
7/10 With all the bad reviews and the low rating, I wasn't expecting too much going into this one - not to mention with a title like YOU CAN'T KILL STEPHEN KING, it seemed it never had a chance. BUT, I have to say I was pleasantly surprised and found it quite entertaining.2 years ago
I guess it helps being a huge Stephen King fan. So, if you're a fan of the man, Stephen King, then I recommend you ignore the low rating and bad reviews. It's much better than they would have you believe. It has a nice setting, a good mix of horror and comedy, above par acting and a story that strays from the usual run-of-the-mill slasher flick. Check it out!
A solid 7 out of 10 in my book.
5/10 I saw the premiere of this film at the Lewiston and Auburn film festival, out of all 80 movies this was the best. It had great quality, great actors, and kept me laughing throughout the film. Great for any Stephen King fan, or anyone just looking for a good laugh. I enjoyed the plot throughout the film, and at the end of it, I was wondering why this movie was not in a cinema or at least not on DVD. Not only is this a comedy film, but it was a pretty good horror film also. Towards the end of the film I was surprised to find out who the killer was. I am not quite the Stephan King fan, but I still understood what was going on throughout the film, but at the end of the day "You Can't Kill Stephen King"!! Soul Fist!2 years ago
1/10 In reply to the earlier poster, YES, acting does matter in any movie, be it horror, comedy, sci-fi, musical or whatever. Bad acting takes you out of the story and hinders belief. I would say it's especially important in horror, because there must be a lot of suspension of belief compared to some genres. I think true horror fans want their fave genre to be as respected as well-produced as others, and that means hiring actors who can act. I don't understand the idea of excusing bad acting or scripting or directing or production values because something is horror and not nordic noir! This was awful.2 years ago
I was lured in by the premise of King-esque deaths, which is a great idea.
But disappointment ensued. How about, for example, (MILD SPOILER) the killer training a real wolf to sic on the black guy? That would have been inventive and made sense. Instead we get a run-of-the-mill slasher.
I reserve a BIG yawn, too, for movies that purport to be parodies of cheesiness, while using the 'parody' excuse to exploit certain things, ie, half-naked women. Parody only works if it's actually funny. This suffered from a horrendously bad script. Honestly, I found precisely nothing to like about this film.