All My Friends Hate Me

    All My Friends Hate Me


    It's Pete's birthday and the old gang from college are throwing him a party out in the country. During what’s meant to be a joyful weekend reunion, Pete finds himself increasingly unnerved by his friends inside jokes and snarky comments. Is he being paranoid or is he the butt of some elaborate joke?

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      • Tom StourtonPete
      • Georgina CampbellFig
      • Charly CliveSonia
      • Antonia ClarkeClaire
      • Joshua McGuireGeorge
      • Dustin Demri-BurnsHarry
      • Graham DicksonArchie
      • Christopher FairbankNorman
      • Kieran HodgsonGraham


      • 90

        Film Threat

        Uproarious. Disturbing. Melancholic. Shrewd. All adjectives that the marketing teams behind Andrew Gaynord’s terrific dark comedy All My Friends Hate Me are welcome to use for promotional purposes.
      • 90

        Los Angeles Times

        This movie is uncompromisingly discomfiting, meant to remind people of all those drunken nights where they overreacted to every well-intentioned joke, and woke up choking on the stench of burned bridges.
      • 83

        The Playlist

        Andrew Gaynord’s All My Friends Hate Me is an incredibly funny look at social anxiety and a send-up to those risks, mixed with a shot of cringe and a dose of horror.
      • 80

        Screen Rant

        Somewhat disorienting and riddled with deep-rooted anxiety, fear, and uncertainty that is expertly portrayed, All My Friends Hate Me is a standout.
      • 80

        The New York Times

        Dancing on the line between funny and menacing, the ingenious script (by Stourton and Tom Palmer) is a tonal tease, a limbo where every joke has a threatening edge and every “Just kidding!” only increases Pete’s unease.
      • 79

        Paste Magazine

        All My Friends Hate Me digs out a special niche between cringe comedy and horror, as if Stourton, Palmer and director Andrew Gaynord welded an EC Comics plot to an episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm.
      • 75

        Movie Nation

        Stourton (“The Spy Who Dumped Me”) makes a depressingly relatable Mr. Put-Upon, with a hapless humorlessness that makes that “one of the funniest guys on the planet” the biggest insult of all.
      • 75

        The Film Stage

        The result is as funny as it’s excruciating and alienating as it’s relatable.