There are three words that come to mind after screening this film: funny, black, and violent. It is funny in spots with some clean humor, such as an extreme case when police officer Angel throws a spray can at a shoplifter he is chasing, and the can lands on top of the thief’s head and knocks him down. When Angel raids a bar for under aged drinking, he quickly asks a young man his age and the young man anxiously answers that he was born in 1969, which would make him 37 years old in the film. He is obviously closer to age 16. Unfortunately it eventually goes downhill into black humor, in which decapitations and a spike running through a man’s head (he can still talk) is supposed to be funny. This leads me to word three-violent. The film is very, very violent with stabbings, shootings, decapitations and hacking and slashing and a lot of blood. We cannot award this film our Dove Seal. Avoid “Hot Fuzz” like a hot potato.