Granted, I wasn't familiar with "Hell's Kitty" in any format, TV series or whatever other formats that there might be with this devilish feline. But still, I stumbled upon this 2018 movie and decided to give it a go, because the poster/cover and synopsis seemed interesting.<br/><br/>This was a swing and a miss. Wow, are you serious? I don't even know what to think or where to begin. There was just so many things wrong here.<br/><br/>But wait, it wasn't all bad. The movie did have some moments, not many, but it did have them.<br/><br/>The storyline was just unappealing to me, although I managed to stick with it to the very end. But I can in all honesty say that I have no intention of sniffing out a copy of the series to give that a watch after having seen this ordeal of a movie.<br/><br/>The good parts of "Hell's Kitty" was the possessed cat and some of the scenes that involved the cat. But aside from that, then then storyline was just a scrambled confusing mess that made very little coherent sense. And the characters in the movie were one-dimensional cardboard cut outs - they had no personalities, traits or distinctive features that would make them stand out as memorable characters on the screen. And on that account, then you don't really invest anything in the characters and you do not do more than shrug when they are killed or driven away by the cat.<br/><br/>The best part of the movie was actually the impressive names that they god to make appearances in the movie. Sure, don't expect multi-million dollar paid acting performances. But if you are a fan of the underground movies and the straight-to-DVD movies, then you will definitely see some familiar faces here. Most noteworthy are Courtney Gains, Doug Jones, Bill Oberst Jr., John Franklin and of course Michael Berryman.<br/><br/>The movie is, and that is a wonderful thing, full of references to other horror movie, some sublime and so directly-in-your-face. I enjoyed that, and it was actually uplifting for the movie that they had those references.<br/><br/>For a 2018 horror comedy then "Hell's Kitty" left no permanent claw marks, and it is not a movie that I will be returning to a second time.
Comedy / Horror
Comedy / Horror
Nick, a Hollywood screenwriter, discovers his cat has become murderously possessed, and will stop at nothing to rid him of any women in his life. As his life unravels out of control, Nick must find a way to have his kitty exorcised of the demonic spirit haunting her and creating a body count.
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