Tragedy Girls

Review: Bloody Disgusting

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"Tragedy Girls taps into bloody, sardonic gold and is the Spring Breakers, Scream, and “Broad City” mash-up you never knew you wanted." READ MORE

Review: Variety

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"In that sense, Tyler MacIntyre’s Tragedy Girls serves as a welcome tonic, and one of the freshest, funniest horror-comedies to emerge in “Scream’s” long wake." 

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Review: New York Times

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Tragedy Girls updates the slasher genre by identifying personal branding as the horror that trends with the millennial teen." READ MORE

Review: Collider

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"Tragedy Girls is a sharp piece of genre work, sure-footed enough to walk a razor-thin tonal tightrope. This movie wants you to cheer for Sadie and McKayla, and despite the fact that they’re horrible monsters, you do." READ MORE

Review: The Hollywood Reporter

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"Two BFFs resort to serial killing to increase their social media prominence in Tyler MacIntyre's comic horror film." READ MORE

Review: Film Threat

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"Where Killers started with a super-stylized murder party set in a campy and disturbing tone, Tragedy Girls goes right for the throat of slasher movie scenarios by deconstructing the typical makeout date scenario." 

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