This biting satire offers a unique look on the alien invaders genre, it’s a bit too silly at times.
A woman bearing a child and her husband stay at a remote cabin while she deals with the tumultuous pregnancy, but they soon realize they are not alone.
Aliens With Knives is sporadically hilarious, and skewers the sub-genre with delight and glee.
This dopey film about aliens who know nothing of earth and fail miserably at invading is an honest-to-God good time.
There are maniacal, laugh out loud moments that will have you heaving.
Co-directors Nicole Steeves and Struan Sutherland obviously have talent — and they had a vision here — but it just wasn’t my type of movie.
It was tonally all over the place, and though I could see where it was going, I couldn’t stay invested.
However, the deadpan performances from Holly Stevens and Bill Corkum are ones to treasure.
Aliens With Knives delivers on its concept, but perhaps goes a little too far into farce territory.
I didn’t ever love the gleefully Ed Wood-ish Mars Attacks, and maybe that’s why I didn’t enjoy the stylings of this flick as much as I could have.
But if you like your comedy-thrillers served up with a high dose of ridiculousness, this is one to check out.
Just because it didn’t totally work for me doesn’t mean it won’t reach other audiences without any trouble.