Independent Horror continues to hits stride thanks to the likes of Terrifier 2, and Talk To Me, and its genre successes continue with ‘Till Death Do Us Part’ directed by the up and coming great genre director Timothy Woodward Jr. Jason Patric absolutely stuns and kills it whenever he’s on the screen making it his strongest and most convincing performance since ‘Narc’. Natalie Burn is absolute dynamite in a kick-ass performance that could go toe to toe with stunt-like work such as ‘John Wick’.
After running away on her wedding day, a bride-to-be must fight for survival against her former fiancé and his seven deadly groomsmen. In the ultimate horror showdown, the groomsmen soon discover that she has no intention of going back to the life she left behind.Synopsis
Natalie Burns will be the breakout star of ‘Till Death Do Us Part’ in a major way she cements herself among horror icons such as Neve Campbell, Jenna Ortega, and Mia Goth. The way she controls the screen with action, terror, and her range of delivering the dialogue is a masterclass on how one can carry a film. One major surprise in ‘Till Death Do Us Part’ is Orlando Jones, while not given a huge part he makes the most of it as Groomsmen number four.
The pacing of Timothy Woodward Jr’s film is outstanding and furious, giving hardly any time to breathe in between acts. It’s a full throttle horror action film that will make genre fans happy and hopefully they seek it out this weekend in theaters. The sequence between Natalie’s character and the groomsmen is so instantly iconic some may make the comparison to ‘Ready Or Not’ with a spy thriller element to it. While that may be accurate, it is much more than that and it’s a helluva time.
Overall Grade: 3.5/5 Stars