Starring: Brianna Hildebrand & Alexandra Shipp

Directed by Tyler Macintyre

Screenplay by Chris Lee Hill

Tyler Macintyre

This film blows me away every time I watch it.

The movie is centred around two teenage crime reporters named Sadie (Brianna Hildebrand) and McKayla (Alexandra Shipp). 

After capturing the maniac (Lowell Orson Lehmann) who has been slaughtering teens in their town, the girls decide to hold him hostage. They see a convenient way rack up new followers on their Social Media by continuing the maniac’s killing spree themselves.

They start killing students and town’s people in the area to gain a high body count (kidding). Oops, I mean high followers count for their Twitter account. The girls are very careful not being caught by anyone, including the local sheriff (Timothy V. Murphy).

Sadie appears to fall for the Sheriff’s son Jordan (Jack Quaid) and McKayla appears to get jealous of their closeness and fears this closeness will bring an end to all their plans. Are Sadie and McKayla’s actions real or just part of a joint plan they have? Jordan starts to become suspicious and wants to know the truth.

The girls’ friendship is put to a test and, during the film, we see each girl stab the other in the back (no puns intend). Are these two girls all they seem to be? Will they get their big break with their Killing Spree…? Watch and see for yourself.

Aside from the two girls, the following other actors who star in this movie are Kevin Durand as The Maniac/Lowell Orson Lehmann, Jack Quaid as Jordan Welch & Timothy V. Murphy as Sheriff Blane Welch.

The story is both hilarious and gross. I rate this 9 Skulls out of 10.

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Review by Sarah Stephenson