‘THE FINAL GIRLS’ BLOWS UP!
‘The Final Girls’ premiered on opening night of SXSW 13 March 2015 to overwhelmingly positive reviews. From being one of the most pre-buzzed about films of the Festival, it went on to have a sold out opening night with a fantastic audience reception, phenomenal reviews, and was finally labelled as one of the best films of the entire festival and a break out hit!
28 Films to watch at this year’s SXSW – HUFFINGTON POST
11 SXSW Films You Need to Know About – BUSTLE
The movies you should see at SXSW 2015 – FILM SCHOOL REJECTS
“The Final Girls is a brilliant, hysterically funny riff on the camp slasher subgenre and on the innate sexisms of horror movies in general, but it’s also a sneakily touching film about nostalgia and grief and what happens when you allow those things to stop you from living…” – CONSEQUENCE OF SOUND
““The Final Girls” doesn’t just follow in“Cabin”’s footprints, it surpasses it. With its hilarious insight into campy horror flicks and its strong, emotional characters, “The Final Girls” exceeds expectations of a growing genre…” – DAILY TEXAN
“The Final Girls is an experience not to be missed, whether you’re a horror fan or not… “ – WE GOT THIS COVERED
“SXSW 2015: The Final Girls Is a Fun, Sweet and Smart Love Letter to Slasher Films…” – FILM SCHOOL REJECTS
“SXSW Review: The Final Girls, the Sweetest Slasher Ever Told…” – SHOCK TILL YOU DROP
The Final Girls is a horror comedy through and through, but Akerman and Farmiga build such an honest, heartfelt relationship between Max and her mother’s Camp Bloodbath character that the movie actually manages to conjure a tear or two…”– COLLIDER
“The Final Girls” is a crowd-pleaser. It’s is the most fun I’ve ever had at a festival screening and I want to see it again and again. It was so hard to hear the dialogue at times from everyone laughed so loud, so hard. This is movie is pop madness…” – TWITCHFILM
“SXSW 2015 Films From Worst to Best” (Spoiler: The Final Girl’s is rated second best!) – CONSEQUENCE OF SOUND
“Top buzzed about films at SXSW” – SCREENDAILY