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|Release Date Grabbers Jul 19, 2013 Limited Genres Grabbers : Drama,Horror,Science Fiction & Fantasy,Comedy|
|Total Vote User Grabbers : Visitor|
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|User Count Like for Grabbers : 862|
|All Critics Ranting For Grabbers : 6.3|
|All Critics Count For Grabbers : 19|
|All Critics Percentage For Grabbers : 79 %|
Actors For Grabbers
|Richard Coyle,Ruth Bradley,Russell Tovey,Lalor Roddy,David Pearse,Bronagh Gallagher,Pascal Scott,Clelia Murphy,Ned Dennehy,Stuart Graham|
Grabbers Movie Review
|A polished, watchable genre entertainment that nonetheless lacks the inspired dialogue and situations needed to make a memorable impression. |
For a horror comedy it needed some comedy and some horror.
Nigel Andrews-Financial Times
This is not quite a horror version of Whisky Galore but there are reminders of Ealing's comic élan.
Derek Malcolm-This is London
This ambitious mix of mirth and menace is an offbeat and hugely enjoyable affair.
Alan Jones-Radio Times
It's perfect for after the pub and while it never hits the heights of say, Tremors, with the right group of mates this should be a lot of fun.
Alex Zane-Sun Online
A likable and technically impressive comedy-horror.
Peter Bradshaw-Guardian [UK]
Grabbers doesn't reinvent the horror wheel, but it rises above such quibbles with lovely coastal charm and lots of feck-fuelled laughs.
Stephen Carty-Empire Magazine
Disappointingly, Grabbers is short on shlock and it's not very funny.
A hugely enjoyable, frequently funny creature feature that plays like an Irish version of Tremors ...
This Irish/British horror-comedy deals with menacing tentacles of an extraterrestrial kind, with an inspired premise, appealing cast and mix of laughs and thrills ensuring it's destined for cult status.
Ben Rawson-Jones-Digital Spy
A bit hit and miss, but Richard Coyle leads a game cast.
A near-irresistible Friday-night-out monster picture in the tradition of Lake Placid or Tremors, with a boozy Irish charm that makes it a distinctive addition to the catalogue of alien invasions.
Kim Newman-Empire Magazine
Grabbers will delight not only the fans of the genre but also anyone who wants to spend 94 minutes in the company of some charming and bumbling characters ...
Evrim Ersoy-Electric Sheep
Wright doesn't take the time to create any real tension, which means that the comedy relief doesn't have a chance of raising laughs.
Eddie Harrison-The List
A bright, breezy Irish monster mash boasting gorgeous cinematography, appealing performances and great SFX, even if it's a little slight for can't-miss status.
Matt Glasby-Total Film
an Irish tentacular Tremors - an icky creature feature with the emphasis on comedy and character, ending (not unlike Shaun of the Dead) in a riotous pub booze-up, with human romance amidst all the extra-terrestrial reproduction.
Anton Bitel-Little White Lies
Topping the list of great movie drunks is the rubbered Ruth Bradley whose legless performance as teetotal Garda Nolan, getting drunk as a skunk, is paralytic perfection.
Brian Henry Martin-UTV
One of those rare horror films with an unimprovable premise: its pack of blood-sucking aliens are fatally allergic to human blood that contains a significant percentage of alcohol.
Robbie Collin-Daily Telegraph
An group of Irish villagers have to stay drunk to keep alcohol-fearing alien monsters at bay. Yup.
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