A 666-Character Review of ‘Gut’

Two friends get in over their heads when they level up their horror game, ordering authentic murder flicks from the dark web. What’s the worst that could happen? Pretty much exactly what you’d expect… Mononymous director, “Elias”, defiantly had a vision, but struggled to flesh it out. Moments of practical effects were actually impressive, however were recycled to the point of frustration. This one-note story of the consequences of curiosity would have been far more successful as a short, or with a more developed relationship between the leads. Unfortunately GUT ended up being a sleepy indie snuff story that left me just as horror hungry as when I sat down.


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Byron McKoy

Byron McKoy

Editor-in-Chief/Art Director/Podcast Host
Mumblehorror connoisseur, murderologist, a bit of a ghoul.

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