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Prepare for a Freaky take on the body-swap movie which only Blumhouse (makers of Happy Death Day & The Purge Franchise) could bring: a teenage girl switches bodies with a relentless serial killer! High school senior Millie (Kathryn Newton, Blockers, HBO's Big Little Lies) is just trying to survive being the unpopular kid when she becomes The Butcher's (Vince Vaughn) next target. Their fateful encounter gets twisted and they wake up in each other's bodies. Now looking like a towering psychopath, Millie learns she only has 24 hours to reverse the curse and get her body back before the switch becomes permanent and she's trapped in the form of a middle-aged maniac forever.
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Critics Consensus: An entertaining slasher with a gender-bending, body-swapping twist, this horror-comedy juggles genres with Freaky fun results.
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Common Sense Says
Over-the-top, foul-mouthed slasher comedy goes for the gore.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Freaky is a slasher flick/body-swap comedy starring Kathryn Newton and Vince Vaughn. It acknowledges and has fun with horror-movie clichés -- in other words, teens who drink, have sex, and bully others are definitely getting murdered. And those deaths seem to revel in being over the top: There's lots of gore, and weapons include household items, chainsaws, and even cursed knives. (When guns are used by the police, it feels like the movie's tamest form of violence.) There's no cutting away from any of this splatterfest -- indeed, there's usually a close-up of the gory wound. It's intentionally campy and outrageous, meant to make viewers recoil while also laughing in shock with friends. Language is really strong ("c--t," "f--k," and more) and sometimes crude ("c--k," "p---y"), and includes a rape joke made by a character who's intended to be likable. Characters have sex (non-graphic), kiss, and drink, and one character with a substance dependency seeks to buy drugs. Amid all of the mayhem are messages about teamwork, strength coming from the inside, and true friends staying by your side no matter what.
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- Genre:Horror, Comedy
- Release Date:November 13, 2020
- Languages:English, Spanish
- Captions:English, Spanish
- Audio Format:5.1
- Screen Pass Eligible:No
If purchased in:4K
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