From Robyn Ludwig of the Vancouver Observer:
- The Kids in the Hall Present: Death Comes to Town
“Still, Death Comes to Town lacks the emotional and character depth to sustain interest for eight episodes. The murder-mystery plotline feels obvious, the background music is irritatingly amateurish, and the humour elicits smirks and chuckles more than big belly laughs. (One exception is the Town Abortionist who cheerfully offers women a free kitten for every procedure.)” Read more.
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