After two years, Cole (Judah Lewis) nonetheless can’t appear to get his former babysitter Bee (Samara Weaving) out of his thoughts. It doesn’t matter if she was a part of a satanic cult that attempted to kill him — he nonetheless misses her. That is the place Killer Queen, the sequel to 2017’s The Babysitter horror-comedy picks up.
Now in highschool, Cole is set to maneuver on together with his life after the trauma of two years in the past, however he can’t appear to shake it. “Everybody thinks I’m crazy,” he says in at present’s trailer. “But, I miss her.” Fortunately, one individual is on Cole’s facet. His finest pal, Melanie (Emily Alyn Lind), insists he’s not loopy and invitations Cole to a getaway weekend on the lake.
The 2 zoom off in Melanie’s dad’s automobile and shortly quiet down at a cabin with their different associates, the place every little thing goes simply as Cole hoped. He even makes out with Melanie in a closet! However the fantasy doesn’t final, and it shortly turns right into a nightmare with the arrival of some faces Cole had hoped to by no means see once more. With a taunting, “We’re back!” and an impromptu, gory homicide, Max (Robbie Amell), John (Andrew Bachelor), Allison (Bella Thorne) and Sonya (Hana Mae Lee) stroll via the door.
Cole is stumped — he watched all of them die. However Allison shortly units the document straight. “We are dead,” she explains. “Duh!” To beat the cult and escape alive, Cole groups up with Phoebe (Jenna Ortega), who helps him devise a plan and outsmart the killers, but once more.
Leslie Bibb and Ken Marino are again as Cole’s dad and mom, and we may get one other fan favourite from the primary Babysitter movie. After watching at present’s trailer, it seems like Bee isn’t gone for good, both, and he or she simply may cease by for a quick cameo within the sequel.
The Babysitter: Killer Queen involves Netflix Sept. 10. Watch the complete trailer within the video above.