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LITTLE EVIL
2017 / Comedy, Horror
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Directed by Eli Craig
Written by Eli Craig
Starring Adam Scott, Evangeline Lilly, Owen Atlas, Marcus Terrell Smith, Bridget Everett and Clancy Brown

Gary, who has just married Samantha, the woman of his dreams, discovers that her six-year-old son may be the Antichrist.

The following tags are associated with this movie: Satanic, Netflix, Delinquent
Little Evil (2017)
Review by Michael Mahoney

7 / 10
I will fully admit, I didn't go into this one with expectations that I'd enjoy it. I try my best not to go into a movie one way or another, but I find it rather difficult at times. Despite my thinking that I wouldn't care for this one, though, I'd say that Little Evil pleasantly surprised me.

A lot of this comes from the fact that the humor wasn't too overbearing (until the final ten minutes or so), so while it was definitely a light-hearted film, I never got the sense that was I was watching was idiotic, which some comedy-horror films tend to be.

The route the story took assisted in this aspect also. While at first it was virtually a comedic Omen, in the last thirty minutes, the movie switched gears and went an entirely new (and welcomed) direction. Obviously, I won't divulge that exact shift, but it even lead to (believe it or not) an emotional scene or two.

Much of the cast was somewhat forgettable. I did like seeing Tyler Labine (played Dale in Tucker and Dale vs. Evil) for a bit, and Bridget Everett was pretty fun, but most of the side characters were just sort of there. Clancy Brown was a nice face to see, though (I know him best from The Shawshank Redemption), and Adam Scott did really well as the main character. I don't really know Scott from many things (he was in Krampus, but let's be honest, I don't remember any individual character from the film), but I couldn't help but get a Thomas Gibson feel from him. Regardless, he did pretty good here.

Because the movie took a few interesting turns, it didn't turn out to be nearly as stale or bad as I initially expected. It's nothing great, mind you, but it's certainly serviceable, and there are a few rather funny scenes here (I liked both the principal and Adam Scott's conversation, along with the footage of the wedding), to make a single viewing of this movie go down pretty well.
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