ZombieTrex’s review published on Letterboxd:
An experience that could really only exist in the modern era. Bodies Bodies Bodies is a searing parody and critique of Generation Z, but it never goes for cheap shots or low hanging fruit. It utilizes its story about a mysterious killer lurking amongst a group of seemingly innocent 20 somethings to expose all the inner workings and arbitrary jealousies and betrayals that come to define this tightly-wound group. Their desperation to snuff out the villain amongst them whilst keeping themselves in an advantageous position leads to so many interesting character dynamics that have the audience at the edge of their seat. The film takes full advantage of this unease of not knowing who’s really telling the truth and which character might be picked off next, placing you in the shoes of the characters you’re watching. It all culminates in one of the best endings I’ve seen in a film all year; a conclusion that really only works within this context, with the specific characters and themes of this film in mind. It’s certainly something I wouldn’t want to spoil, so I’ll just say that this is definitely a worthwhile movie to check out if you’re a fan of the genre.