Some Kind of Hate (2015) - Review, Rating and Synopsis

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  • Release Date:  2015
  • Genre:  Slasher
  • Cast and crew: Andrew Bryniarski, Justin Prentice, Ronen Rubinstein, Matt Beene, Josh Ethier, Michael Polish, Gracie Gillam, Maestro Harrell, Lexi Atkins, Brando Eaton, Jeremy Hawkins, Jasper Polish, Spencer Breslin, Sierra McCormick, Dave Reeves
  • Director:  Adam Egypt Mortimer
  • Screenwriter:  Adam Egypt Mortimer, Brian DeLeeuw

Some Kind of Hate (2015) Rating:

  • Eloise = 5 / 10;
  • Raoul = 4 / 10;
  • IMDb = 4.6 / 10;
  • Rotten Tomatoes = 3.7 / 10;

Some Kind of Hate (2015) Synopsis:

A special school hosting difficult teenagers experience an unusual number of suicides, leading some to think that it might not just be a coincidence after all.

Some Kind of Hate Review:

Some people will see Some Kind of Hate as a ghost movie since the villain is a vengeful “coming back from the dead” character. But don’t be fooled by the first minutes of the movie, because the rest reuses pretty much all the codes of a classic slasher movie and, just like Freddy Krueger in Elm Street, Moira decimates people in Some Kind of Hate one after the others for no valid reason whatsoever, except rage itself.

The only thing that makes this movie different from your average slasher is the lead character: a dark-haired goth teen whose bullying has left completely unsure of himself. He is interesting, but the choice of the actor is poor and his face just doesn’t fit with the whole victim idea. The same goes for the acting in general which, aside from a few exceptions, suffered from a set of uninspired actors.

There are some good points to Some Kind of Hate, like the idea that the entity can hurt its victim by hurting itself. Similarly, if you hurt it, you’ll end up hurting yourself. This is an original idea, but I cannot help but think that it could have been implemented to make it a much more entertaining movie.


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