VFW (2020)

It's Gonna Get Bloody!
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  • RT Rating 83%
  • IMDB Rating 6.1

Critic Reviews:

If you're into "Splatterhouse Cinema" that respects its elders and tenderizes human bodies without remorse, Joe Begos has a pile of discarded corpses waiting for you. It's vile, slick with repugnance, and appropriately inhumane. A canon full of guts blasted straight into your face – the Fangoria way.


VFW is a B-Movie grindhouse throwback that combines the right levels of grit, blood, and fun to entice people of all ages. The performances are over the top, and the action will satisfy even the most bloodthirsty watcher.


When you get old and crotchety, you say things like, “They don’t make ’em like that anymore.” For the most part, “they” don’t. Then you see VFW and realize it’s not a nostalgia thing. It’s genuinely not done this way anymore. Thank you Joe Begos for reminding us how it should be.