Totally Killer is a totally fun slasher flick that will keep viewers guessing until the very end. Check out all the details in my parents guide movie review.
Amazon Prime Video’s Totally Killer was released on the streaming service throughout the United States today, Friday, October 6, 2023. The cast of Totally Killer include Kiernan Shipka (Jamie Hughes), Julie Bowen (Jamie’s mom, Pam), Olivia Holt (young Pam), Kelcey Mawema (Jamie’s best friend, Amelia), Troy Leigh-Anne Johnson (Teen Lauren Creston), Lochlyn Munro (Blake Hughes), Randall Park (Sheriff Dennis Lim), Charlie Gillespie (Teen Blake), Liana Liberato (Tiffany Clark), Anna Diaz (Heather Hernandez), Stephi Chin-Salvo (Marisa Song), and Jonathan Potts (Chris Dubasage). The film was written by David Matalon, Sasha Perl-Raver, and Jen D’Angelo and directed by Nahnatchka Khan. Check out the details in my parents guide movie review.
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Totally Killer Parents Guide
In Totally Killer: Thirty-five years after the shocking murders of three teens, an infamous killer returns on Halloween night to claim a fourth victim. When 17-year-old Jamie comes face-to-face with the masked maniac, she accidentally time-travels back to 1987. Forced to navigate the unfamiliar culture, Jamie teams up with her teenage mother to take down the psycho once and for all.
Totally Killer Age Rating Parent’s Guide
Let’s take a look at what concerned parents need to know about the age ratings of the series before letting their younger children watch Totally Killer.
Language: Totally Killer contains strong language, with profanity used throughout. Lookout words include f*ck, b*tch, sh*t, a**, d*mn, g-d d*mm*t, jerk, hell, and phrases like “oh god.”
Mature Content: The biggest lookout for parents in the film is the violence and sexual content it contains. Like other slasher-type films in the horror genre, the movie contains many scenes showing characters being murdered, stabbed, bloody, and showing dead bodies. Weapons such as knives, guns, and bats, as well as hand-to-hand combat, are used. There are many references to sex, blow jobs, getting pregnant at a young age, and more; however, the film does not contain nudity or show any sex scenes. Characters are shown consuming alcohol, driving while intoxicated, and smoking cigarettes. There is also drug use, smoking cannabis, and ingesting pot brownies and gummies. The film also has some dated racism like racist school mascots, inappropriate comments to females, etc.
Age Rating of Totally Killer: Blumhouse Television Totally Killer movie rating has an R rating by the Motion Picture Association of America – MPAA rating – for bloody violence, language, sexual material, and teen drug and alcohol use, and the parental guidelines advisory recommends it for a mature audience, an older audience, an adult audience, young people, young adults, older children, and teens aged 17 years and older. The suggestion of parental guidance or a legal guardian (adult guardian) for this restricted R category is highly suggested for young children, young kids, and younger viewers under 17 years of age in this R-rated motion picture for adult material. The minimum age recommendation is 17 years old.
Prepare to have your heart racing and your palms sweating with the intense thrills and chilling moments that Totally Killer has in store for you. This film takes horror movies, or slasher films, to a whole new level, with its expertly crafted suspense, spine-tingling scares, as well as campy moments that will evoke the laughs. From nerve-wracking tension to the twists and turns that will keep audiences guessing while it builds each scene, Totally Killer will keep you on the edge of your seat. Get ready for a silly and fun rollercoaster ride of bloody violence that will leave you with a rush of adrenaline and keep viewers intrigued until the very end. This is slasher horror at its finest, guaranteed to leave you guessing and checking over your shoulder long after the credits roll.