The Babysitter: Killer Queen movie review - Aussieboyreviews


You shouldn’t expect too much, but it’s still extremely funny and utterly witty. Killer Queen is the teen horror-comedy sequel to Netflix’s The Babysitter. It’s still violent and reasonably entertaining.


Two years after surviving a satanic cult led by his hot babysitter, Bee, Cole, now living the nightmare in high school, must face the demons of his past when the cult returns.

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Movie details

Director: McG
Cast: Judah Lewis, Bella Thorne, Robbie Amell, Jenna Ortega, Emily Alyn Lind, King Bach, Hana Mae Lee, Samara Weaving, Chris Wylde
Writer: Dan Lagana, Brad Morris, Jimmy Warden, McG
Release Date (Australia): 10 September 2020
Runtime: 101 minutes/1h 41m
Genre: Comedy, Horror
Country: USA
Language: English


Themes (MA15+)

The film contains a sustained strong sense of threat.

Violence (MA15+)

The film features gory dismemberment, decapitations, shootings and stabbings that are accompanied by large gory blood sprays and graphic gore detail.

Coarse Language (MA15+)

The film contains a single use of “c**t”, in addition to frequent use of words including “f**k”, “s**t”, “d**k”, “ass” and “bitch”.

Drug Use (M)

The film features depictions of people smoking marijuana, the use of a bong and moderate verbal drug references.

Sex (M)

The film contains crude references to masturbation, sex and use of the word “f**k” in a sexualised context.

mpaa rating

NR (Not Rated)

Aussie boy's thoughts

In a more immature and obnoxious fashion, Killer Queen brings back the witty and attractive cult back with horrendously mindless laughs and complete stupidity. But that is a really great thing! Fans will either be impressed or disappointed with the new style it follows, so the mixed positive and negative reviews are pretty reasonable.

What’s so different about The Babysitter: Killer Queen is, firstly, the setting. It’s not in the house, backyard or neighbourhood, it’s located in this big area of land in which teen partying is taking place. But no one cane deny that the humour’s midway through puberty. The sources of humour are seriously so shockingly and unexpectedly obnoxious and stupid, it’s absolutely hilarious! The first film actually had some rationality to it, Killer Queen completely lets go of that in such a surprising context.

The humour will either be the main spark or disappointment for fans, just because it’s so different. However, our memorably attractive cult returns with their excessively witty personalities, but Samara Weaving doesn’t make an appearance until much later. Other than that, the extremely over-the-top and ridiculously bloody violence is heightened and it remains at a pretty pacy motion. It’s also fun to have the title relate to the song, “Killer Queen”, which is obviously played at the certain moment.

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