Tragedy Girls

Tragedy Girls (2017)

Tragedy Girls
2.6/10 by 18 users

Following two death-obsessed teenage girls who use their online show about real-life tragedies to send their small Midwestern town into a frenzy and cement their legacy as modern horror legends.

Release Date:October 20, 2017
MPAA Rating:R
Genres:Horror, Comedy
Production Company:Ardor Pictures, Dawn's Light, It's The Comeback Kids, New Artist Pictures
Production Countries:United States of America
Director:Tyler MacIntyre, Jason D. Avalos
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  • Tragedy Girls (2017, Tyler MacIntyre) review
    July 29, 2017

    It is film festival time once again so it is a great chance to check out smaller films like this on the big screen. This one is a twist on the slasher genre following two horror obsessed teenage girls who use their online blog about real-life murders to manipulate their way into the spotlight. It breathes life into the slasher genre and is also a great take on the dark side of social media. It has some inventive camera work that makes the most of its modest budget backed up with good performances all around.

    I feel a shades of Heathers (1988) and it certainly has a few nods to some classic slasher films. It is not the first film in recent years to put a new twist on slasher films with good results... The Final Girls (2015) and You're Next (2011) come to mind but I think this one is better than those and is sure to become a cult favourite in years to come.