Independent Horror Continues It’s Success With The Release Of: ‘Till Death Do Us Part’ [Review]

Independent horror continues its winning streak with ‘Till Death Do Us Part,’ a testament to the genre’s ongoing success, driven by recent hits like ‘Terrifier 2’ and ‘Talk To Me.’ Directed by the rising star in the horror genre, Timothy Woodward Jr., the film showcases a gripping narrative that keeps audiences on the edge of their seats. It’s nice to see an independent filmmaker push the boundaries of what a budget can look like with Timothy Woodward Jr. At the helm of “Till Death Do Us Part” you could hardly tell this was an independent film.

After running away on her wedding day, a bride-to-be must fight for survival against her former fiancé and his seven deadly groomsmen. In the ultimate horror showdown, the groomsmen soon discover that she has no intention of going back to the life she left behind.


Jason Patric delivers a stellar and convincing performance, proving to be the strongest showcase of his talent since ‘Narc.’ Whenever he graces the screen, he commands attention, adding depth to the film’s intensity. However, it is Natalie Burn who emerges as the true dynamo, delivering a kick-ass performance that rivals the stunt work seen in action-packed films like ‘John Wick.’

Natalie Burn’s portrayal in ‘Till Death Do Us Part’ positions her as a breakout star, securing her place among horror icons like Neve Campbell, Jenna Ortega, and Mia Goth. Her ability to control the screen with a blend of action, terror, and nuanced dialogue delivery is a masterclass in carrying a film. The film surprises with the inclusion of Orlando Jones, who, despite not having a substantial role, maximizes his impact as Groomsmen number four.

The pacing of Timothy Woodward Jr.’s film is a standout feature, characterized by its outstanding and furious rhythm. The narrative propels forward with relentless momentum, allowing hardly any time for the audience to catch their breath between acts. ‘Till Death Do Us Part’ unfolds as a full-throttle horror action film that caters to the tastes of genre fans, offering a gripping and exhilarating experience. For those seeking a thrilling time at the theaters, this film is a must-see.

One of the major strengths lies in the sequence between Natalie’s character and the groomsmen, an instantly iconic moment that draws parallels to films like ‘Ready Or Not.’ While the comparison may be apt, ‘Till Death Do Us Part’ transcends it, infusing the narrative with a spy thriller element that adds depth to the overall experience. The film stands as more than just an action-packed horror; it’s a helluva good time that goes beyond expectations.

In conclusion, ‘Till Death Do Us Part’ contributes to the continued success of independent horror, thanks to Timothy Woodward Jr.’s adept direction and the standout performances by Jason Patric and Natalie Burn. The film not only delivers on the horror front but also solidifies Natalie Burn as a force to be reckoned with in the genre. With its relentless pacing and thrilling sequences, this film promises a cinematic experience that will leave genre enthusiasts satisfied and eagerly anticipating more from the rising talents in the horror landscape. Natalie Burn and Timothy Woodward Jr. has a lot of chemistry together on and off the screen as you hope this power couple makes more movies like “Till Death Do Us Part”

Overall Grade: 3.5/5 Stars

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