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THE BABYSITTER: KILLER QUEEN (Pictured) JUDAH LEWIS as COLE in THE BABYSITTER: KILLER QUEEN. Cr. TYLER GOLDEN/NETFLIX © 2020

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‘The Babysitter: Killer Queen’ comes to Netflix this week

A franchise in the making?

The Babysitter: Killer Queen seems to know its history. It looks like it is trying to do what every good horror movie strive for. The Netflix comedy horror may be on its way to becoming a franchise. 

The sequel to 2017’s The Babysitter picks up  two years after the first movie. In the original, Cole (Judah Lewis) finds out his attractive babysitter Bee (Samara Weaving) is part of a satanic cult. A night of murder and mayhem ensues, leaving a trail of bodies and a whole lot of blood. In true horror villain fashion, just when it seems like Bee has been defeated, it turns out that may not have been the case.

Unsurprisingly, no one believes Cole about what happened that night. When Cole attends a party at a lake, he thinks it will be a chance to move on with his life. The reappearance of some old enemies ruins any chance of that. The Babysitter: Killer Queen has all the earmarks of a fun horror sequel. The right tropes are there and what better villain than a Satan worshiping cult? 

The Babysitter: Killer Queen premieres on Netflix September 10.


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