LET’S BE EVIL

SFX: The Sci-Fi and Fantasy Magazine - - Reviews -

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The age of techno-fear looms large in Let’s Be Evil.

It fol­lows chap­er­one Jenny as she looks af­ter gifted kids in a pitch-black learn­ing fa­cil­ity, only vis­i­ble through Aug­mented Re­al­ity glasses.

This un­re­li­able re­al­ity is well-suited for hor­ror – es­pe­cially when the kids be­gin to take con­trol. Yet Let’s Be Evil’s drive is a sin­gle, flat note. No mys­tery to un­ravel, no plot de­vel­op­ments, just peo­ple look­ing scared un­til the twist – which re­ally isn’t worth wait­ing for. Stephen Kelly

Cor­den’s green room was well weird.

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