Slaughterhouse Rulez

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Movie Info & Cast

Synopsis

An illustrious British boarding school becomes a bloody battleground when a mysterious sinkhole appears at a nearby fracking site unleashing unspeakable horror.

Cast

  • Margot Robbie
  • Asa Butterfield
  • Michael Sheen
  • Simon Pegg
  • Nick Frost
  • Finn Cole
  • Hermione Corfield
  • Jo Hartley
  • Jamie Blackley
  • Tom Rhys Harries

Did You Know?

Trivia

  • First film to be released by Simon Pegg and Nick Frost's production company, Stolen Picture.
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Goofs

  • In one brief scene, Don is sitting in a second floor classroom looking out a window at Clemsie, who is standing on a paved path several yards from the classroom building. You can tell by the light shining on Don's face and from Clemsie's shadow that the sun is shining against the window. Clemsie appears to see Don wave slightly at her, but in those light conditions, all anyone could see in such a window would be glaring light. You'd have to stand at the window and create some shade to see through the glass well enough to perceive anything meaningful.

Quotes

    • Woody: That hole is a gateway. And it leads, straight down, to hell. Now, who wants to buy some drugs?
    • Woody: Well could've been worse
    • [looks down to see he has nothing below his waist]
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Metacritic

40
May 16, 2019

This sloppy horror comedy under delivers on both shocks and laughs.

Metacritic review by Wendy Ide
Wendy Ide
Screen International
60
May 16, 2019

Crispian Mills directs with zip, throwing things together with a breathlessness that largely distracts from the fact that, for a horror-comedy, Slaughterhouse Rulez is neither particularly scary nor especially funny. But it does have an amiable sort of charm.

Metacritic review by Andrew Pulver
Andrew Pulver
The Guardian
40
May 16, 2019

Showing more enthusiasm than aptitude, this earns ‘could do better if it tried’ on its report card — but it’s a strange enough genre mix to be vaguely worth a look.

Metacritic review by Kim Newman
Kim Newman
Empire