Directed by Tyler MacIntyre
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.
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★★★★ review by deah on Letterboxd
the real tragedy is these girls never got to kiss each other
★★★★½ review by jose on Letterboxd
so if Ingrid goes West was related to American Psycho and Heathers. i loved this and honestly, it deserves its cult classic status.
★★★½ review by Hollie Horror on Letterboxd
Tragedy Girls is an interesting homage to the slasher subgenre because it doesn't blend the tropes of the '80s and '90s or stick exclusively to one or the other, they clash for good reason. At the center of the film we have the '80s unstoppable hulking mass villain pit against the post-Scream, '90s teen/best friend-villains, and I love how it feels like two scripts crashing into one movie. The people who made this did so with care, just when you think "this is exactly like Scream," a high school student portrayed by an actor well into their 20s pops up which was commonplace in '80s slashers. There's the obsessed horror fanatic who is also the child of the local sheriff, a typical slasher character from both decades fused into one. It isn't perfect but I found myself enjoying it more and more as the movie went on and by the end I was surprised by the genuine cleverness layered throughout (and this is just what I picked up on first watch), there are tons & tons of references but you don't even need to be familiar with them to enjoy this breezy buddy slasher. A+ practical effects too.
★★★½ review by Harrison on Letterboxd
The Edge of Se7enteen.
★★★½ review by Stephanie on Letterboxd
This was so much fun! It should have been gay, oh my God it should have been so gay.
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