Jak-Luke Sharp’s review published on Letterboxd:
"Only one thing matters in this racket: Big. Hit. Records"
The imitation criticism of American Psycho and the purely deplorable characters aside, second time around I found Kill Your Friends to be a rather enjoyable cultural thriller. Performances are good but nothing screams presence, it's all very bland with Hoult showcasing his leading man prowess with little in the way of special. It's the story here that somehow just caught me, perhaps it's the utterly hideous and horrifying steps the film leads, but one way or another i was hooked.
Was 60 now 71