The Estate
The Estate (2021)

First-time feature director James Kapner deftly balances humor and horror, using his keen eye to develop a perfectly campy, Ryan Murphy-esque world. When a narcissistic son (Chris Baker) yearning for a life of luxury and his father's… More

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Rated: R
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Release Date: October 22, 2021
DVD Release Date: October 22, 2021
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Critic Score: 33% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Tara McNamara
Common Sense Media

This intentionally trashy satire of misplaced priorities among the wealthy strives to be a "so bad it's good" cult classic. And there's enough here that is good that it's too bad that it is, in fact, ultimately so bad.

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Todd Jorgenson

Trying to balance a sexy satire about greed and entitlement with a bloody thriller about betrayal and revenge, this campy concoction winds up more off-putting than endearing.

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Harvey S. Karten

The most obnoxious characters to inhabit your screen this year.

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Avi Offer
NYC Movie Guru

Slick and stylish, but toothless, unfunny and, much like its characters, vapid.

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Terry Mesnard
Gayly Dreadful

[The Estate is] a queer psychosexual thriller with a huge dose of camp and parody that had me laughing at the absurdity of it all.

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Alex McPherson
Cultured Vultures

The Estate is a cynical exercise in immaturity over substance.

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Molly Adams
In Review Online

The obligatory jokes about wealth and whiteness...are dangerously close to their expiration date, and beneath the surface, there's unfortunately not all that much substance.

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Gary M. Kramer
San Francisco Bay Times

The delicious queer comedy thriller The Estate, is full of witty one-liners and dirty double-crosses.... For those who lean into its campiness, The Estate is wicked fun.

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Rob Rector
Film Threat

Things get nasty and bloody, for sure. But what makes this neon-soaked nihilistic romp perpetually entertaining is the round of bravura performances from its leads.

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