LET’S BE EVIL
released OUT NOW! 15 | 82 minutes | also VOd
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.