The horror ‘Till Death’, which marks the return of actress Megan Fox (‘Infernal Girl’) to the genre, has surprised and won critics, with a solid 89% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
With 19 reviews to date, the general consensus is that while it doesn’t revolutionize the genre, the production features some tense and entertaining scenes. In addition, Megan Fox’s performance was one of the points most appreciated by critics.
We separate the extracts from the main reviews:
“The leadership of SK Dale and the dedication of Megan Fox went a long way to make ‘Till Death’ a brilliant and fun journey.” (Variety)
“In his directorial debut, SK Dale orchestrates a tense cat and mouse game that, refreshingly, doesn’t take itself too seriously.” (New York Times)
“It’s a little silly, but at the same time, it offers a totally immersive experience with a tense pace that will make everyone restless in the chair.” (Roger Ebert)
Simple but effective. Megan Fox is amazing in this movie. (Amanda the Jedi)
The tension makes up for the melodramatic introduction, and Megan Fox proves to be a competent protagonist. While it doesn’t stand out in the genre, ‘Till Death’ is a fun adventure as long as it lasts. (Bloody disgusting)
“It’s a big comeback for Megan Fox in the genre, 11 years after the classic ‘Infernal Girl’. Emma is a character who has great physical challenges, has to get her hands dirty, and overcome seemingly impossible difficulties. And we believe in it. (Drums)
“Megan Fox literally carries the weight and intensity of this movie on her back.” (The only criticism)
SK Dale is responsible for the management.
The plot will follow Emma, who is handcuffed to her deceased husband due to ill revenge and must outlive two hitmen to complete the job.
The screenplay, written by Jason Carvey, was featured on the Blood List, an annual Hollywood list with great unproduced storylines.
The cast also includes Eoin Macken, Aml Ameen, Callan Mulvey and Jack Roth.
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