GNAW (2008) Reviews and overview


‘It’s nice to have your friends for dinner.’

Gnaw is a 2008 British horror film directed by Gregory Mandry. It stars Hiram Bleetman, Carrie Cohen, Nigel Croft-Adams, Sara Dylan, Gary Faulkner, Rachel Mitchem, Oliver Squires, Julia Vandoorne and Jennifer Wren.

Six friends head off to a country estate for a weekend of bonding, bed-hopping and home-cooked feasts. But their good times go very bad when they encounter a clan of slaughter-happy psychopaths with expert skills in butchery and a ravenous hunger for teen-meat pies…


“Gnaw does ape or homage a bit of Tobe Hooper’s Texas Chain Saw Massacre, and though I am sure director Gregory Mandry intentionally sought this resemblance, I am afraid that I have to say Gnaw does a bit too much in trying to be similar to the beloved 1974 classic.”

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‘The only positive thing I can really say about Gnaw is it didn’t look too shabby. It would appear the director managed to wrangle up some cash for this crapfest. The only remotely effective scene is the films final moment … Gnaw sucked hard. Not Recommended.’ Goregirl

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