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Fifteen minutes of the film were trimmed after the first showing, following audience feedback. The changes were mainly centred around improving the pacing. No characters were cut as a result of these changes. See more »
The Slayers really does deliver and belies its £15,000 budget and truly proves, if you want something done, do it yourself. The storyline is excellent, full of plot line twists and turns and a delivered by a very professional cast. Onto Casting, Darren McAree and Matthew Sandland are excellently cast as Nigel and Job, and provide more comic relief than my ribs could handle.
George Newton is believable as Reg, with more deadpan than Deadpool.
I don't want to give you any spoilers, other than if you like horror comedy then watch it. If 'The Cornetto Trilogy' are up your street, then you wouldn't go far wrong with watching The Slayers.
If you're expecting big budget special effects, sorry, you might be disappointed, however, if you look past this and concentrate on characters and plot line then you won't be disappointed.
This has to be one of the funniest films EVER!
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