The Babysitter: Killer Queen  (2020) Horror review-  “Light humoured, with occasional good effects“ (7.5/10). 


Had a long week ?? Unwind with the new Netflix Horror “The Babysitter: Killer Queen” review here …

The Babysitter: Killer Queen is a 2020 (Comedy/Horror) movie. 

Horror Impact 

The start of the movie was exactly the same as the original, begging the question, will it be unique enough ?

The introduction set the scene well, recapping the events of the previous film. Comedy was used more effectively than in the original. The action was kept lightly comical, with flashbacks used innovatively.

A lack of Horror events were compensated for by the odd bit of Comedy. This worked on some occasions, but also fell flat in places. 

Vulnerability was demonstrated both psychologically and physically, rather than in the original in which this was initially just physical. 

Gore was portrayed well, in a rather disgusting way. 

The action was kept lightly comical, with flashbacks used innovatively. It certainly seemed  better than the original, but the movie progressed with a far too upbeat tone.

The best suspense building lead to nothing, but was cleverly done using sound, vulnerability and close up camera shots 

The ending was a bit surprising, but not the most dramatic. For a Horror, it could have had more impact. 


Light humoured, with occasional good effects. 

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