Serving Up Richard
Serving Up Richard (2012)

Meet Glory and Everett Hutchins...maybe you've already met them. They live in a neighborhood very much like yours, except they have a little secret. Everett (Jude Ciccolella) and Glory (Susan Priver) are active cannibals. And their… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Genre: Horror
Release Date: September 7, 2012
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Critic Score: 22% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Sara Stewart
New York Post

Ultimately "Serving Up Richard" feels about as substantial as a Happy Meal (which this poor guy assuredly is not).

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Andrew Schenker
Village Voice

Glory's inconsistent characterization defeats rather than builds tension, and the tepid soon gives way to the ridiculous ...

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Mark R. Leeper
Mark Leeper's Reviews

something of a mixed bag of an apparently whimsical film title and concept, some over-the-top gory images, and a serious conflict of attitudes and acting.

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Neil Genzlinger
New York Times

Mr. McCall spends most of the film in a cell, but he does a fine job of keeping his character interesting.

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Brent Simon
Shockya.com

A tepid domestic hostage drama with the additional elemental garnish of cannibalism, Serving Up Richard is a silly, yawning bore.

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Avi Offer
NYC Movie Guru

After a promising first hour filled with suspense and clever dark comedy, it sinks into implausibility, silliness and banality. Its bite could use sharper teeth.

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Ian Buckwalter
NPR

[It] forgets a vital piece of the equation: Jokes work better when they're funny.

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Eric Monder
Film Journal International

Do we really need another cannibal movie? A minor mess, Serving Up Richard is almost indigestible.

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Chuck Bowen
Slant Magazine

After a promising entrapment scene that offers some casually eerie narrative details, the film collapses, lurching awkwardly between a variety of tones and intentions.

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