Serial killer films are ripe for exploration.
Writer-director Christopher Landon and producer Jason Blum have cornered the modern horror genre, so why not expand it a little further? “Freaky,” this generation’s “Freaky Friday” and “Hot Chick” with a murderous twist, brings a lighthearted approach to slasher-comedy—with a fresh modern commentary on such implications.
Actor Brea Grant is no stranger to horror tropes. As a famed final girl to starring in Rob Zombie’s “Halloween II” and fan-favorite “Dexter,” Grant now takes the story into her own hands by writing the dark comedy slasher satire, “Lucky.” The film was slated to premiere at SXSW, and hosted its international debut at Fantasia before screening during the virtual Nightstream Festival.
Big black mirror on the screen, what the heck have I just seen?
It went on forever, and it was only 90 minutes long!
All atmosphere and no cheap tricks make this an excellent movie.
There are few scarier feelings in life than being trapped.
Stories heal, stories hurt.
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