A video artist looking for work drives to a remote house in the forest to meet a man claiming to be a serial killer. But after agreeing to spend the day with him, she soon realizes that she made a deadly mistake.
When Al is telling the group about his stepson he says, "Let's put on some Rush. Put your hand on a speaker, your hand on your heart, see if you feel something. I said, 'What are you feeling?' He said, 'Nothing.' I said, 'That's America.' He didn't get it." The joke is that they're a Canadian band. See more »
While at the bar, Bridget Everett's character suggests that she will not go to Bethlehem, Israel. Bethlehem is a Palestinian city in the West Bank. See more »
Looking at her son's satanic paintings on the ceiling. "So creative!"
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Great premise for a trailer ... not a feature film
The trailer for "Little Evil" was hilarious. Unfortunately, there isn't enough material here to sustain a feature length film. Forty minutes in I found myself looking at my watch ... and I don't even wear a watch. I was hoping for "Zombieland" but alas, I got "Krampus".
If you like the supernatural horror genre and horror/comedy mashups in particular, "Little Evil" is still worth a viewing, not least to catch the abundant allusions to "The Omen," "The Shining," et al. All others should pass this one by.
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