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L.A. Slasher

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Incensed by tawdry excesses of reality television that promotes this new breed of 'celebrities,' the L.A. Slasher, a self-appointed cultural crusader, kidnaps several very famous nobodies, which leads the media and the general public to question if perhaps society is better off without them. 
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L.A. Weekly
The masked Slasher is voiced by Andy Dick, because nothing gives weight to your criticism of reality TV like having it stated by a guy who appeared in Celebrity Wife Swap.
June 24, 2015
Slant Magazine
It inflates the meta conceit (already borderline overblown) of a pop-obsessed, sex-negative serial killer to excessive but trite proportions.
June 20, 2015
A good-looking effort but offers no threat, positioning itself as dangerous, chic, and wise when it's mostly muddled and poorly edited.
June 25, 2015
Los Angeles Times
Even the most talentless and narcissistic fame seekers on reality television are not nearly as vile, reprehensible or worthless as a film that actively wishes harm on them.
June 25, 2015
Fairly awful and useless.
July 14, 2015
Common Sense Media
This bloody attempt at satire suffers from comparisons to other movies that did the same thing much better, but also from a flat, facile approach that renders everything slick, soulless, and vacuous.
June 26, 2015