Review: The role-playing game’s afoot in charming black comedy Murder Bury Win

Three friends trying to create their own RPG game about getting away with murder get more than they bargained for in the new black comedy, Murder Bury Win.

Three friends get more than they bargained for when they think they are about to hit the gaming big-time in Murder Bury Win, a charming black comedy that proved to be a fan favorite at last year’s Austin Film Festival. It certainly won’t dislodge 1985’s cult classic, Clue, as the best movie yet made about a board game (“Flames… on the side of my face!“), but it’s very solid indie fare, and a lot of fun.

(Some spoilers below, but no major reveals.)

Per the official synopsis:

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