GNoH Review: Paul Dood’s Deadly Lunch Break (2021)

A weedy charity-shop worker is set on winning the big national talent show. But when the actions of 5 selfish people cause him to miss his audition, he sets out to seek deathly revenge. It’s 1 lunch break, 5 spectacular murders.
(IMDB)

This is low-budget filmmaking at its best. Paul Dood won’t trouble the Oscars, but it was never meant to and although, it’s a bit rough around the edges, much like its lead, that just adds to its charm.

See the full review at Ginger Nuts of Horror HERE

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