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A 666-Character Review Of ‘Tragedy Girls’

Just when you thought meta horror was on the outs, Tragedy Girls steps up. The later nineties vibe cycle of horror has begun, and I couldn’t be more stoked. With social media as culturally entrenched as it is, it’s still hard to pull off in a movie. This is not the case here. Director Tyler MacIntyre takes a confidant step onto the tightrope of tropes, and gracefully strides to the other side with ease and flair. A fun slasher for millennials and old school, slash-heads alike. Like…if Scream‘s Billy and Stu were two like/heart/fav obsessed high school girls…or maybe if Scream‘s Randy actually was the killer? Man, Scream was a rad movie…and so is this.

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Byron McKoy

Byron McKoy

Editor-in-Chief/Art Director/Podcast Host
Mumblehorror connoisseur, murderologist, a bit of a ghoul.

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