Review: All the Boys Love Mandy Lane digs its own grave

Yeah… I couldn’t drum up much excitement for All The Boys Love Mandy Lane either.


Jonathan Levine’s All the Boys Love Mandy Lane has finally gotten a release Stateside after what felt like an eternity. Now that horror fans can get their hands on Levine’s teenage slasher, will it live up to the hype? There’s a lot of things that All the Boys Love Mandy Lane tries to do right but it unfortunately falls under a curtain of cliches and terrible characters that it ends up digging its own grave that only gets deeper and deeper as the movie goes on. The film follows a group of high-schoolers who invite Mandy Lane, “a good girl” who becomes the object of everyone’s affection after returning from summer break, to a weekend party on a secluded ranch. While the festivities rage on, the number of revelers begins to mysteriously drop one at a time.

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‘The Walking Dead’: Lawrence Gilliard Jr. on how he landed the part of Bob Stookey

Now let’s just see if AMC’s The Walking Dead can keep two black male characters alive for an entire season. Come on, Kirkman.