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The slasher-comedy Totally Killer is on the way from Blumhouse and Amazon Studios, and today we’ve been provided with a first look at the film’s new slasher villain.

Their name is “The Sweet Sixteen Killer,” described in a press release as “the frightening, fresh new face joining iconic villains from Blumhouse’s horror canon.”

That lineup to date includes…

  • The Grabber / The Black Phone
  • The Butcher / Freaky
  • Babyface / Happy Death Day
  • Lady Liberty / The Purge: Election Year
  • Pooka / Into the Dark: Pooka!
  • Sweet Sixteen Killer / Totally Killer

Meet “The Sweet Sixteen Killer” in the new teaser video below.

Totally Killer hits Prime Video on October 6, 2023. The film has been rated “R” for “Bloody violence, language, sexual material, and teen drug/alcohol use.”

Totally Killer sounds quite a bit like the brilliant slasher-comedy The Final Girls, similarly transporting characters back in time and putting them inside of a classic 80s slasher setup.

The film is a continuation of the deal forged by Blumhouse and Amazon Studios in 2019 and will star Kiernan Shipka (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Mad Men), Olivia Holt (Cruel Summer), Julie Bowen (Modern FamilyLife of the Party), and Randall Park (Always Be My Maybe, Fresh off the Boat). Nahnatchka Khan (Always Be My Maybe, Young Rock, Don Wong) is directing, and Jen D’Angelo penned the screenplay based on an original script by David Matalon and Sasha Perl-Raver.

The film follows Jamie (Shipka) whose mom, Pam (Bowen) is terrorized by the resurgence of the Sweet Sixteen Killer—a masked maniac that slaughtered a group of teenage girls in the ‘80s. With the help of her friend Amelia (Kelcey Mawema), she travels back in time to 1987 and teams up with the teen version of her mom (Holt) to try and stop the killer. The cast of newcomers and established actors portraying characters in the film include Lochlyn Munro (“Adult Blake”), Charlie Gillespie (“Teen Blake”), Stephi Chin-Salvo (“Marisa Song”), Anna Diaz (“Heather Hernandez”), Jeremy Monn-Djasgnar (“Teen Randy Finkle”), Troy Leigh-Anne Johnson (“Teen Lauren”), Ella Choi (“Teen Kara Molnar”), Kelcey Mawema (“Amelia”), Liana Liberato (“Tiffany Clark”), Nathaniel Appiah (“Teen Doug Summers”), and Jonathan Potts (“Adult Chris Dubusage”).

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