Two years after Defeating a satanic cult headed by his babysitter Bee, Cole once again has to sew the forces of evil when old enemies suddenly return.
Over the past couple of years, the streaming wars have really picked up. In Addition to the countless original TV displays, Netflix has put extra stock into film content recently. In reality, the streaming agency already has a few bonafide franchises, including the McG’s The Babysitter movies. And today McG has replied those lingering questions.
2017, so it was a few years prior to Killer Queen really became a reality. The sequel brought back the first cast and paired them with a pair of novices for another mix of comedy and gore. But could this be a bonafide horror trilogy? Iconic filmmaker McG recently spoke to this possibility, stating:
There have always been three defeats to this story. There is The first beat, which is an adolescent Cole who’s having these strange feelings about the babysitter. But naturally, it’s not appropriate for him to realize those feelings with an increased woman. In the second film, he’s in an age where he can experience love… and we could explore that. I don’t want to talk about the next beat of the Cole arc. But should the audience such as this film, then we are ready to do the next one.
Well, This really is exciting. It appears like the story seeds for a third Babysitter film have taken root in McG’s mind. He is the mind behind the past two films, even though the sequel Killer Queen will likely have to be a hit on Netflix. Luckily for the filmmaker (and fans), the next installment is streaming in the top 10 titles on the streaming services.
First launch: 10 September 2020
Based on: Characters; by Brian Duffield
Screenplay: McG, Dan Lagana