WHAT THE REVIEWERS ARE SAYING
"Fans of Black Comedy Rejoice!
Lunch Ladies is a viciously amusing short - 5 stars!"
Travis Mullins, Dread Central
"LUNCH LADIES IS ONE OF THE FUNNIEST, ODDLY SWEET, GORY GOOD TIMES TO COME OUT IN A LONG TIME - GRADE A+"
Film Threat, Bobby LePire
Winner of Nevermore Horror's
2018 Best Horror Short
"Hands down the best short I watched was the magnificent Lunch Ladies"
Clarissa Jacobson’s story for Lunch Ladies is groundbreaking. Leads, Donna Perioni and Mary Manofsky are exceptional,
director J.M. Logan triumphs in the delivery.
Stacy Cox, DecayMag
"It is a wonderful, dark, horror comedy that shows an appreciation for, and understanding of the horror genre.
Todd Brown, The Haunted Cinema
"... a hell of a short film"
Yeti, Tennessee Horror News
"Lunch Ladies is a dark comedy that brings the cheese in the best way...
This weirdly whimsical film blurs the lines between good and evil as you find yourself rooting for the killers."
Siobahn Harris, Ubiquitous Horror
"Lunch Ladies did a great job blending 80s movies with a more modern feel and we can't wait to see where it goes."
"Great Burton-esque vibe and features two outstanding leads."
"STELLAR ACTING, DIRECTING, EDITING, WRITING AND EFFECTS...
An impressively witty, gross, and finely detailed film that will surprise and delight any horror fan!
"You’ll be rooting for the gals by the time it’s over and it comes to an incredibly satisfying ending for everyone (except for the bitchy cheerleader 😉)."
"Lunch Ladies is one of the best short films I have ever seen."
The Horror Syndicate, Mike Lombardo
"A BRILLIANT SCORE, WITH NODS TO THE JANGLY DISCOMFORT OF TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE, SET TO WELL SHOT SEQUENCES AND MOREOVER... A DIVERSE CAST AND CREW"
POPCORN HORROR, ANDREA
"Lunch Ladies definitely has a unique spark, one that could benefit from the feature length treatment (with spirit intact) in all of it's goo spattered greatness."
Joe Flores, Jean Book Nerd
"It’s actually incredible how much awesomeness Jacobson and her team were able to cram into this short film’s 19 minutes!"
Siân Melton, MUFF Society
"I fell in love with the film, instantly.
For the lovers of dark humor, this film is definitely a must see for you..."
James Lawson, Neon Bloodbath
" ...PITCH BLACK (AND PITCH-PERFECT) GROSS-OUT COMEDY"
Christopher Shultz, The Cinematropolis
"Shorts such as Lunch Ladies epitomize the very potential that can be found in the short film genre."
Skyler Woo, Cent Magazine
"...the technically polished movie captures the look of certain latter-day Waters pictures as the plot briskly ventures down a splashy path of dismemberment..."
Steve West, Horrorscreams Video Vault
"IT'S A FUN AND CLEVER LITTLE FILM THAT ASKS “WWJD”
(What would Johnny do?)."
David Ferguson, Red Carpet Crash
"This film is so damn good. I loved it and now I have a new saying…WWJD: What would Johnny Do?"
D.D. Crowley, 1428 Elm Street
"A wonderfully designed movie with intelligent uses of color and a sense of emotion and histrionics that made a 19-minute flick feel like a fleshed out full-length film."
Keith, Save Horror
"Lunch Ladies is charming in all its quirky ways -
You will fall in love with the characters and be entertained, what more can you ask for?"
Malu Rocha - Nouse
"You must have 19 minutes to spare, surely you do. I mean, what can you do in 19 minutes?
Make love nine times? Whatever it is, I doubt it will be as enjoyable as spending 19 minutes watching the ridiculously over-the-top Lunch Ladies."
"Lunch Ladies will not disappoint you."
Sofia Mongo, Drm.am
"Five Stars. A perfect balance of horror and comedy."
"I wanna watch this movie like a bijillion more times, because it was so good."
Devi, Reel Ghouls
"Lunch Ladies leaves you wanting more, much more.
Lunch Ladies is an absolute delight and something you should see whenever you get the opportunity."
"I loved this and it was truly fun to watch. It is a great short and I would love to see more"
The Hollywood Times, Peter Borreggine
"THE SET DESIGN IS FANTASTIC and the teenagers superbly unpleasant, each coming across as a fully fledged character despite the fact that most have no lines."
Jennie Kermode, Eye For Film
"One independent film that I would love to host one of these days is Lunch Ladies"
"DIRECTOR J.M. LOGAN DIRECTS CLARISSA JACOBSON'S WITTY, WICKED SCREENPLAY WITH PANACHE"
Gruesome Magazine, Joseph Perry
"This film contains a moment in it that is a perfect moment of Theater of the Absurd. When you see the sequence, and you'll know it, you cannot help but fall in love and laugh."
"I seriously don't think you'd be able to watch this and have a bad time. Unless you were doing acid. Don't do acid and watch this movie. Or do. Whatever man, it's your trip."
Yeti, Tennessee Horror News