#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Answering an in-home help ad for an elderly woman, Abby Daniels leaves family and friends for a remote farmhouse in the country. But all is not as it seems with her fluffy employer, whose locked doors and cellar seem to be hiding some unusual hobbies. When she drunkenly sneaks her boyfriend into the house, breaking the rules about cursing and fornication, Abby is plunged into a nightmare of hellish proportions – pitted against a clan of ruthless, amoral and degenerate flesh-eaters lead by their murderous GRANNY!
Plot: Answering an in-home help ad for an elderly woman, Abby Daniels leaves family and friends for a remote farmhouse in the country. But all is not as it seems with her fluffy employer, whose locked doors and cellar seem to be hiding some unusual hobbies. When she drunkenly sneaks her boyfriend into the house, breaking the rules about cursing and fornication, Abby is plunged into a nightmare of hellish proportions – pitted against a clan of ruthless, amoral and degenerate flesh-eaters lead by their murderous GRANNY!
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Granny killed me with laughter and terror
Mildred (Donna Swenson) is a nice old lady who has a few skeletons in her closet, quite literally. She is very religious but seems to overlook the commandment “thou shalt not kill,” and I’m not too sure that human flesh was considered clean meat. Her weapon of choice is an ax, and she always makes sure to wear a poncho so no blood gets on her clothes. Donna Swenson does an amazing job with this character, creating a combination of Miss Daisy (Driving Miss Daisy), Hannibal Lecter and Betty White all rolled into Mildred. What’s really impressive is that this is her first movie. Her grandson Jace (TJ Pack) looks after her and also assists with the killings and preparation of the bodies. At first I wasn’t sure if he was in on it, and that’s because the emotions portrayed by the actor come off so well, like the stuff his “Nanna” does is just routine and normal. He’s just laid back and ready to help in any way possible.
Abby (Alicia Clark) sees an online ad for a caretaker position and is interviewed by Mildred at her house out in the country. She seems nice enough but she does have a few rules: No swearing, no obscene TV programs, and no fornicating under her roof. But with her boyfriend Daniel (Jason Crowe) constantly asking for sex, what will happen if Abby does not follow Mildred’s rules? Both Alicia Clark and Jason Crowe delve deep into their characters, and the relationship they have appears genuine. You can truly sense the frustration of Abby trying to respect Mildred’s wishes, and you get a few laughs from some comments and actions by Daniel being the annoying boyfriend, tempter and tease.
This movie could have ended no other way. It was not predictable and it continued with the humor and shock value throughout the movie. My jaw was dropped and then ensued laughter. (Hint: Sit through the credits!)
I found out about this film at ScareFest 2014 and longed for its release this year; I was not disappointed! This movie truly showed the evolution of Jacob Ennis’s direction from his previous movies (Stash and Red River). The camera-work, lighting and editing were terrific. The musical score matched well with the scenes, especially in the flashback scene with Mildred. The change in lighting with the flashback (blurred) emphasized that it was a memory.
The horror aspects of the script came off as true horror. The blood and gore in the scenes were very graphic and did not come off as parody like some horror comedies. There were times that I was truly disgusted and grossed out, and I must say Granny used that ax pretty well. The comedy of the movie did not overpower the horror; it truly complemented it. You’d see a very disturbing image or scene and then a situation or line would follow that would cause you to laugh. The script did a great job of balancing this and I found some parts of the movie very quotable.
Looking for a perfect blend of horror and humor, giggles and gore? Look no further! See the movie Kill, Granny, Kill or else Nanna might use your eyes for her next pot pie!
The gore the merrier…
I wasn’t sure how I was gonna feel about this movie at first. I really loved the camera work and the whole 80s vibe I got from it (other than the use of computers and cell phones). The acting was not very good at all but that doesn’t bother me much if everything else is good, and I can say that everything else was very good in KILL, GRANNY, KILL. Granny’s one-liners were hit-and-miss, but I enjoyed them all the same. The camera work, the editing, the story (though simple it was still effective for a low-budget slasher), the location (I loved the old house) and the kills were pretty brutal at times. A couple scenes in particular really stood out. With a running time of just under 70 minutes, there was never a time that felt boring. All in all I give it a solid 6 out of 10.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 10 min (70 min)
Rated Not Rated
Director Jacob Ennis
Writer Gregory W. Brock, Jacob Ennis
Actors Dale Miller, Kayla Perkins, Emilie Paap
Country United States
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