I always knew the Banana Splits were gonna snap and start straight-up murdering people…

…I always [expletive deleted]ing knew.

In the film, a boy named Harley celebrates his birthday by attending a taping of the Banana Splits TV show with his family. “But things take an unexpected turn — and the body count quickly rises,” per the movie’s official description. “Can Harley, his mom and their new pals safely escape?” Dani Kind (Wynonna Earp) stars as Harley’s mother Beth, with Sara Canning (The Vampire Diaries) playing the TV show’s producer Rebecca.

Gonna be on Syfy, because where else the [expletive deleted] was it gonna be on, anyway?


  • Compound says:

    Okay, one- for Pete’s sake Hollywood. Stop with the reboots. Leave things be. Let kid’s things be kid’s things. This was an old, tired idea when the movie Free Enterprise had a character pitching “The Brady Bunch” reimagined as a slasher horror film back in 1999.
    Secondly, you’re ripping off “Five Nights at Freddy’s.” Stop it. If you can’t do something more original than that, then maybe the creative arts aren’t really your thing.

    • Cameron says:

      The problem is that Hollywood is very risk adverse despite their claims at being edgy. Reboots, nostalgia and sequels are the money makers in their way of thinking.

  • jeboyle says:

    My question is: Which one of the Splits goes psycho first?

    I’m betting on that bastard Bingo. A gorilla in shades who can’t stop smiling? You’d be a fool to turn your back on somebody like that.

    Yeah, I’m gonna watch it.

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