Movie Review: ‘Crazy Bitches’

Review By Bradley Smith

A group of friends go away for a birthday celebration at a place dubbed by one as the “Vanity Killer Murder House”. Not surprisingly, after they arrive, they start dropping off in a way that is related to their vanity. Their friendships are tested or broken as the drama of their normal lives unfolds while they try to survive at this remote hideaway location.

At best, Crazy Bitches is a cheesy guilty pleasure; a horror satire that doesn’t quite hit the mark. The first five minutes sets the tone for the rest of the movie: a little sex, characters that seem to be in their own world, a weird seemingly invisible onlooker who may or may not have a purpose, and a death. While the comedy is funny at times, including during the credits as nearly everyone is referred to as some type of “bitch”, there was some dialog that just had me wondering what these characters and/or writers were thinking.

The deaths that occur onscreen in this movie aren’t too gruesome or scary; any fan of horror has seen worse. Still, the prospect of some of the deaths is terrifying enough to make me rethink certain accessories. Many possible killers/red herrings are thrown in, including supernatural, multiple killers, each other, and strangers.

In the end, I wasn’t too impressed by the revelation(s) considering most everybody else was dead or left for dead and the fate(s) of the killer(s) felt anti-climactic. If there’s a lesson to be learned from this movie, it’s that, for the sake of sanity, you should probably avoid Crazy Bitches.

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