I was stumbling around last night to find a horror movie to watch and I came upon The Babysitter, I had skipped this film many times over and with a lack of unseen films available I decided to fire up the Babysitter and oh boy what a splendid surprise!
When Cole stays up past his bedtime, he discovers that his hot baby sitter belongs to a satanic cult that will stop at nothing to keep him quiet.The Babysitter Synopsis
Judah Lewis plays 12 year old Cole as a victim of school bullying. His parents aren’t always around to help. The babysitter he loves is Bee (Samara Weaving). She’s super sexy, super tough and super cool. During the evening when the kids are asleep, Melanie claims that all babysitters have sex with their boyfriends. Cole decides to remain up and spy on Bee during the night. He discovers that she is doing much more than just having sex.
Comedy horror film “The Babysitter” opens with lots of blood. It’s a ridiculous story, and the way it’s told is quite funny. Robbie Amell is hilarious and entertaining for its topless nature most of the time. Even though it isn’t a masterpiece, if you can stomach the gore, this is actually quite hilarious.
This film manages to cause some minor jumps without being scary, and it is clever, funny, and slick. It’s such an innovative concept that a pretty baby sitter turns into a Nightmare when she wants his blood, like how Home Alone goes minor horror.
The Babysitter turned out to be more enjoyable than I expected. Before the gore began, the film introduced both Cole and Bee as likeable characters. Though it was only a matter of time before characters began to die, the first death still came as quite a surprise.
Although some aspects of the story were generic and predictable, I still found it enjoyable. It is, however, a story that was packed with action, drama, laughter and thrills. The story will appeal to a wide variety of audiences.
If you are searching for a good laugh, in the horror genre then ‘The Babysitter’ will be a great selection for you.
Addicted to horror movies, casual writer.