Cooties Review (2014)

Cooties ReviewSynopsis: A mysterious virus hits an isolated elementary school, transforming the kids into a feral swarm of mass savages. An unlikely hero must lead a motley band of teachers in the fight of their lives. – IMDB

Tagline: Please don’t feed the children.

Release Date: 2015-9-25 | MPAA Rating: R | Coolthulhus Earned: 4

Trailer: Cooties




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Cooties Review



The zombie apocalypse as started by chicken nuggets at Fort Chicken, and witnessed by a dude who is properly zoned out on Shrooms. There are two things to note about this movie.

1.) It has made sure I will never-ever-ever eat chicken nuggets again.

2.) If you’re triggered at all by violence to children, you shouldn’t watch this movie. Its not a particular trigger for me, but I winced and thought “Okay, little too far” during some of the scenes (like where a kid is *shown* taking a hit to the head from a fire extinguisher.)

Pokes fun at Wood’s Hobbit role, creationism versus evolution, self-published writers,  and a couple unsubtle jibes at stereo-typed Asian behavior (Martial arts, wise words.). The lady bashing head with Cymbals was pretty epic. Not the, uh, musical instrument you were expecting to be used as a death machine.

There was only one scene that provoked a laugh out loud reaction from me, but I’m a fairly choosy comedy person.

Overall, minus the random instances of them pushing the bar just a little too far, Cooties was an amusing way to spend 88 minutes, and well worth the RedBox / Amazon rental, or you can find Cooties now on Amazon.com

4 Star Rated Cooties Review

Title: Cooties (2014) | Directors:  Jonathan Milott, Cary Murnion | Actors: Elijah Wood, Rainn Wilson, Alison Pill (etc) | Production Company:  SpectreVision, Glacier Films | Release Date: 2015-9-25 | Genre(s): Comedy & Horror | Language: English | Triggers: Violent child death | MPAA Rating: R | Rating: 4 out of 5 

 

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