Review: All the Boys Love Mandy Lane

Bla bla bla, predicatable kill kill kill. And I expected more from this, not just from the dark oversaturated trialer, but a movie being distributed by the Weinstein Company used to mean something (actually, just bought it in 2006, subsequently sold another company).
This one is just the same as all the other slasher movies, albeit lower budget, and less blood is involved. The same non-story is there, and there’s no further motive explained for the killer or any depth added to the characters. Pacing is also a problem, with only a handful of victims, it gets boring inbetween.
I should’ve trusted my instincts (a finished movie that’s been lying on the shelf for 2 years can’t be that good).3.

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