Max Reload And The Nether Blasters Review: The Video Game Evil Unleashed

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Max Reload and the Nether Blasters premiered on 7th August 2020. Directed by Scott Conditt and Jeremy Tremp, the film stars Hassie Harrison, Kevin Smith, Greg Grunberg, Martin Kove, Joey Morgan and Tom Plumley alongside other cast members.

The Nether Blasters

As soon as I started watching Max Reload and the Nether Blasters, it had all my attention. The movie both starts and ends on a high note and is suspenseful. One of the greatest parts of Max Reload and the Nether Blasters is the mythology behind the game and how it is all set to conjure humankind causing real trouble for Max and his friends Liz and Reggie.

Max Reload and the Nether Blasters
Hassie Harrison as Liz
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I’ll try to refrain from adding spoilers here because I don’t want to spoil this praiseworthy movie! The movie is a whole lot of fun and definitely something you should not miss. It isn’t very fancy but it is filled with nostalgia and feels like the good-old-days movie with a touch of modernity.

Demons, possessions, insider gaming gags, laughter and friendship, and a subtle lesson about teamwork. The film is a good watch and doesn’t make you want to quit it or fast-forward it, you know? Max is the video game nerd with an obvious love interest and chubby best friend – the classic set-up for him to get hold of a magical video game that opens the wall between the digital and the real world.

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Our heroes are truly likeable, and the actors do a good job of making us want to follow them into a world of danger and to face all the real consequences with them! The movie isn’t exactly 2020, but it’s entertaining.

Stream It or Skip It

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STREAM IT! The movie is not flawless but it is definitely worth watching. When the gaming evil releases in the world and captures everyone and everything, you have to fight it like a team – with friendship, support, and trust! Since the movie ends on a cliffhanger, I am eagerly waiting for the next instalment.

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Max Reload and the Nether Blasters is now available on Video On Demand.

Read our other reviews here.

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Max Reload and the Nether Blasters has everything - demons, possessions, insider gaming gags, laughter and friendship, and a lesson about teamwork. Here's why you should watch it now!

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