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‘Totally Killer’: An Exclusive Peek Into Blumhouse’s Newest Horror

At this point, Blumhouse is synonymous with provocative and punchy indie horror. Some of their greatest hits include Get Out, Insidious, Halloween (2018), and M3GAN. Now they are at it again with their latest gnarly thriller, Totally Killer.

Time Travel, Murder, and Coming of Age as Totally Killer Goes Totally 80s

35 years after the murderous spree of the “Sweet Sixteen Killer” rocked her town, Pam (Julie Bowen) has not forgotten the horrors of those deaths. However, her daughter, 17-year-old Jamie (Kiernan Shipka) doesn’t really see the danger in present day. She ignores her mother’s overprotective warnings, which sends her face to face with the masked killer. As she runs for her life, she time travels back to 1987, the year of the original killings.

As she navigates the unfamiliar and outrageous culture of the 80s, Jamie teams up with her now teenaged mom (Olivia Holt) to take down the killer once and for all.

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Featuring a Killer Cast and Creative Team

Totally Killer has a stacked cast and creative team, with major talent in front of and behind the camera. Nahnatchka Khan is an industry staple, who may be best known for executive producing Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23 and Fresh Off the Boat along with directing Always Be My Maybe.

With her involvement as director, she is sure to facilitate the punchy humor and strong storytelling from script to screen that Khan is known for.

The producer team of Totally Killer includes Jason Blum, Adam Hendricks, and Greg Gilreath. The screenplay is written by David Matalon, Sasha Perl-Raver, Jen D’Angelo.

Along with Kiernan Shipka and Olivia Holt, the cast also includes Charlie Gillespie, Lochlyn Munro, Troy L. Johnson, Liana Liberato, Kelcey Mawema, Stephi Chin-Salvo, Anna Diaz, Ella Choi, Jeremy Monn-Djasngar, Nathaniel Appiah, Jonathan Potts with Randall Park and Julie Bowen.

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