91

The Playlist

By Gabe Toro
Made with a chip on its shoulder and a generational insight that would put most Oscar bait to shame, this completely daft film deserves to be seen by anyone who remotely supports the potential of the horror genre, to frighten, to disgust and to anger.
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80

Salon.com

By Andrew O'Hehir
It almost continuously gets darker, funnier and edgier as it goes along.
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70

The New York Times

By Jeannette Catsoulis
A middling zombie movie elevated by clever writing and gooeylicious special effects, Kerry Prior's Revenant toys with big themes but settles for uneasy laughs.
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70

Variety

An often hilarious living-dead comedy that just had to happen, given the current hunger for zombies, vampires and other things that refuse to keel over.
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63

New York Post

About 30 minutes too long and somewhat clumsily executed, this zombie's-eye-view story still manages to evoke the comic and splattery spirit of the best '80s cult horror flicks (and features a car-horn shout-out to "The Lost Boys," to boot).
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50

The Hollywood Reporter

By Frank Scheck
Ultimately suffers from an uneven execution and repetitive overload.
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50

Arizona Republic

By Bill Goodykoontz
Horror comedies can be wildly entertaining -- "The Return of the Living Dead," from 1985, for instance. It sends up horror movies in hilarious fashion while still managing to be gross-out scary. The Revenant never rises to that level. Nor does it seem to want to.
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50

Slant Magazine

By Ed Gonzalez
Since Bart's bloodlust is never matched in tenor by his righteousness, the story remains rife with unfulfilled moral inquiry.
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40

Austin Chronicle

By Marc Savlov
Both the yuks and the yucks are plentiful, but by the time the film reaches a montage sequence of these two boneheads (well, one bonehead, one dope) laying waste to Los Angeles gang members and other wastrels in an attempt to satiate Bart's thirst for the red stuff, you're more than likely wishing you were watching Simon Pegg and Nick Frost in something else entirely. The similarities between the two horror comedy pairings are just too obvious to be ruled out as coincidence.
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20

New York Daily News

By Joe Neumaier
By the middle of the second hour, you'll be wishing a zombie would just chomp off your head to end the pain.
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57 out of 100
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