Trash horror ‘Slaxx’, which focuses on killer jeans, has won a new music video.
It’s worth remembering that Terror surprised and conquered critics, with an impressive 98% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
With 49 reviews to date, the general consensus is that the production manages to develop its silly premise well, delivering a fun film with strong critiques of capitalist consumerism.
We separate the extracts from the main reviews:
“The plot blames the genetic modifications, but unless you’re the kind of pro-business apologist who’s completely humorless (and they’re out there), the moral message doesn’t really take away from the fun of the movie. . ” (AV Club)
“This film is like a mix between ‘Chopping Mall’ and ‘Four Friends and a Traveling Jeans’.” (THN)
“There are beautiful, detailed works that perfectly capture both the look and the culture of these fashion companies.” (Eye for film)
“This film manages to do what productions like this have to do to be successful: present a completely absurd premise and allow it to be ridiculous when it needs to be, but reasonable when it needs to be. “Slaxx” fits this example perfectly. (Horrible smile)
“This film is an extremely sharp satire on consumerism, business and colonial capitalism.” (Cheerfully awful)
“It is possible to have a lot of fun watching a possessed and unattended pair of pants during a nighttime kill, and ‘Slaxx’ shows us how it can be done the right way.” (Rue Morgue Magazine)
Check out the trailer:
The film is directed by Elza Kaphert.
A possessed pair of jeans comes to life and begins to terrify the staff of a clothing store.
The cast includes Romane Denis, Brett Donahue, Sehar Bhojani, Kenny Wong, Tianna Nori and Hanneke Talbot.
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