Ready Or Not is dark gory comedy that will keep you on edge of your seats Cast & Crew:
Release Date01 Jan 0001
DirectorMatt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett
Star CastSamara Weaving
Ready or Not is a 2019 American black comedy horror film directed by Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett from a screenplay by Guy Busick and R. Christopher Murphy. The film stars Samara Weaving as a newlywed who becomes hunted by her spouse's family as part of their wedding night ritual. Mark O'Brien portrays her husband, with Adam Brody, Henry Czerny, and Andie MacDowell as members of his family.
Verdict : Ready Or Not is dark gory comedy that will keep you on edge of your seats
Ready or Not is a horror-comedy that leans towards slasher genre. After It Chapter Two the Samara Weaving starrer is a good relaxer this week. The film follows Grace played by Samara, a new bride who is a foster child so eager to join the Le Domas family. The wealthy family though seem off at the beginning doesn't scream killer but nonetheless they are. Grace unfortunately only finds out about it after she was be asked to participate in a family tradition.
The Le Domas family is known for upholding the board game empire for decades and they have a secret tradition meant for a new family member. All they have to do is play a game unless the game is hide and seek when the new member has to be killed before dawn. The film follows Grace as she figures out the family secret and fights to see the next dawn.
With gory cinematography and a spooky background score, the film packs a punch. The gruesome deaths and bloody floors become tolerable with a humorous script and witty screenplay. Samara Weaving and her wedding gown take on most on the screen time and have the biggest influence on the story. There are other characters like the husband Alex his brother Danielle and more who have a story to tell but it remains in the subtext while all the killing takes the forefront.
Overall the Ready Or Not will keep you engaged with an unexpected turn of events till the end. It is not too scary or too gruesome which makes it a perfect film for re-runs.