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All Must Die

Norway 2019
produced by
Geir Greni for Snurr Film
directed by Geir Greni
starring Viktoria Winge, Tinashe Williamson, Julia Schacht, Marte Sæteren, Linni Meister, Veslemøy Mørkrid, Anders Rydning, Mohamed Faris, Gabriel Bøen, Victor Lorentzen, Aleksander Sylvan, Henrik Hasfjord, Robert Rustad Amundsen, Thomas Pammer, Andreas Nonaas, Geir Greni, Abubakar Hussain, Kaia Greni
written by Geir Greni, Robert Næss, music by Marcus Paus, special makeup effects by Elisabeth Mainy

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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It's only days to go for Gina's (Viktoria Winge) wedding to Even (Anders Rydning), when suddenly in the parking garage of the office she works at, she's grabbed from behind, thrown into a van, and crowded by some hooded and masked figures - who turn out to be her closest friends (Tinashe Williamson, Julia Schacht, Marte Sæteren, Linni Meister, Veslemøy Mørkrid) who have conspired to kidnap her for a massive hen night in the country, a hen party that was to include even Gina's exes - who ultimately don't turn up though. No big deal so far, as the girls still have their fun amongst one another - and then they send Gina away on a pretense, and suddenly she finds herself on the run from an axe-wielding maniac. However, she soon figures this is part of her batchelorette party, as the girls know about her predilection for horror movies. And thus they send her on a wild goose chase that takes her through many well-known horror clichés, which actually appeals to Gina after the first shock - but then she finds actual severed heads, her exes dead and chained up in a barn, and the masked, axe-wielding killer turns out her husband-to-be Even - so somethings seriously wrong here, and suddenly Gina realizes she has to put up a fierce fight to escape what she at first thought to be a mere prank ...


Now I won't claim that this movie is free of horror clichés - and this is really one of the key points of the movie, that it plays with genre mainstays before slowly subverting them, only to in the finale turn everything completely on its head once again. So in a way, the film's a constant guessing game - but that doesn't mean it just relies on its novel plot twists but is actually well built-up, genre savvy enough to create all the right tension in all the right moments, and carried by a solid and relatable cast to make this one cool genre trip - just one that will (totally intentionally) throw you off every now and again.


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directed by
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written by
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