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All My Friends Hate Me

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United Kingdom · 2022
1h 33m
Director Andrew Gaynord
Starring Tom Stourton, Georgina Campbell, Charly Clive, Antonia Clarke
Genre Comedy, Horror

Pete is returning home after a stint as a volunteer at a refugee camp, and is looking forward to celebrating his birthday with his old college friends at an estate. As the night goes on however, he becomes paranoid that his friends are planning to replace him with a new member of the group.

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Film Threat by Alex Saveliev

Uproarious. Disturbing. Melancholic. Shrewd. All adjectives that the marketing teams behind Andrew Gaynord’s terrific dark comedy All My Friends Hate Me are welcome to use for promotional purposes.


Paste Magazine by Andrew Crump

All My Friends Hate Me digs out a special niche between cringe comedy and horror, as if Stourton, Palmer and director Andrew Gaynord welded an EC Comics plot to an episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm.


The Playlist by Asher Luberto

Andrew Gaynord’s All My Friends Hate Me is an incredibly funny look at social anxiety and a send-up to those risks, mixed with a shot of cringe and a dose of horror.


The New York Times by Jeannette Catsoulis

Dancing on the line between funny and menacing, the ingenious script (by Stourton and Tom Palmer) is a tonal tease, a limbo where every joke has a threatening edge and every “Just kidding!” only increases Pete’s unease.


Screen Rant by Mae Abdulbaki

Somewhat disorienting and riddled with deep-rooted anxiety, fear, and uncertainty that is expertly portrayed, All My Friends Hate Me is a standout.


Los Angeles Times by Noel Murray

This movie is uncompromisingly discomfiting, meant to remind people of all those drunken nights where they overreacted to every well-intentioned joke, and woke up choking on the stench of burned bridges.


Austin Chronicle by Richard Whittaker

Social anxiety abounds in velvet-black British college reunion comedy All My Friends Hate Me, a seething sneer of a satire that swirls around angst-plagued Pete (Stourton), the milquetoast member of a group of friends who come together to celebrate his birthday.


Movie Nation by Roger Moore

Stourton (“The Spy Who Dumped Me”) makes a depressingly relatable Mr. Put-Upon, with a hapless humorlessness that makes that “one of the funniest guys on the planet” the biggest insult of all.

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