Director: Christopher Landon.
Performers: Vince Vaughn, Kathryn Newton, Celeste O’Connor, Misha Osherovich.
Scripted by Christopher Landon (“Happy Death Day 2”) and Michael Kennedy.
A serial killer (Vince Vaughn) is causing terror in a small American town.
When one night he tries to assassinate young high school student Millie Kessler (Kathryn Newton) with an antique dagger, a magical exchange of bodies ensues.
Millie will have 24 hours to reverse the exchange or the bodies exchanged will become permanent.
Christopher Landon, Michael Landon’s son , continued his youth-led horror comedy adventures after the “Happy Day Of Your Death” movies with “This Body Feels Like Death,” a story that mixes black humor with movies. of a psychopathic knife at the ready, terror with a clichéd high school atmosphere and the fantasy of the exchange of bodies, of sexes.
The film follows several days of Vince Vaughan’s gore “exploits” as a serial killer until Friday the 13th and his meeting with Kathryn Newton to single out the typical slasher movie with a comic fantasy background with contrasts and misunderstandings.
At the same time, family matters that do not interest anything and romantic aspects ditto ditto are discussed.
The plot is not that it is funny, rather it is boring; But if the trade is to be believed, he has some passable moment, especially with Vaughn in adolescent mode; and the plot is solved as expected, without any inventiveness.
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