Trick

critic Reviews

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    Rex ReedObserver
    A it's a cheesy, actionable rip-off of the John Carpenter Halloween franchise with plenty of blood and jack o'lanterns, but without a shred of originality.
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    Noel MurrayLos Angeles Times
    One whopper of a plot-twist briefly gives "Trick" an original hook. But by the end of the picture it's clear the filmmakers aren't really interested in exploring any of the potentially interesting sociopolitical implications of their big surprise.
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    Brian TallericoRogerEbert.com
    Sure, I was never bored, but this movie makes zero sense.
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    Frank ScheckHollywood Reporter
    The pic might have proved mindless fun if it had least displayed a sense of humor, but everything is played with deadly seriousness.
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  • Fresh Tomatometer Score
    Ryan LarsonGhastly Grinning
    Trick is savage, brutal and twisted in all the best ways. It's a razor sharp, slick as hell return to form for Lussier and an absolute must see for any fan of the slasher genre.
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    Emilie BlackCinema Crazed
    Trick is a fun Halloween film for fans of slasher films may they be hardcore or casual; it's gleefully violent and doesn't make apologies for it.
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    Mark H. HarrisBlack Horror Movies
    There's potential here for a decent, coherent fright flick -but this unscary mess, whose twists are as predictable as they are illogical and unlikely, is not that movie.
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    Rob HunterFilm School Rejects
    It may be a terrible slasher, but at least the third act is unintentionally hilarious.
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    Dennis SchwartzOzus' World Movie Reviews
    Inferior seasonal splatter film.
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  • Fresh Tomatometer Score
    Anton BitelSight and Sound
    leave[s] us, much like the characters in the film who attend the all-night horror-thon, worrying about just who might be sitting around us in the theatre - because, as Jayne puts it, "any one of your costumed moviegoers could be your killer".
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