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Sony Pictures: “Ghostbusters: Afterlife” Official Trailer 2

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When we first discussed the topic of the continuation of the “Ghostbusters” franchise with “Ghostbusters: Afterlife” it was way back in December of 2019 (as seen HERE). At the time we were getting ready to welcome what was sure to be a bountiful year of to do in 2020. Then 2020 began and while it started out alright by March was an international disaster based on the global pandemic. Now as the world slowly rises to more sense of normal, a second Official Trailer has been revealed and we we prepare to enjoy it I ask you all once more “Who you gonna call?”

The Premise: A single mother and her two children move to Oklahoma after inheriting property from a previously unknown relative. They discover their family’s legacy to the original Ghostbusters, who have become something of a myth as many have long-since forgotten the events of the “Manhattan Crossrip of 1984”.
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Now Playing: Universal Pictures “Freaky” (11/13/2020)

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Hello my Friends and a Happy Friday The 13th to you all. It’s my hope that it hasn’t been an overly creepy one at the onset because let’s face it, 2020 has been a bit of a disaster already. So today I’m back for one final time to share some news about the film “Freaky” which opens up today in a number of theaters. We’ve already shared the Official Trailer and the Slaughterhouse Clip so click that hyperlinked text to see them if you’d like and then peruse the official poster, premise and casting on this one before I close it up.

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The Premise: Tormented high school student, Millie Kessler, becomes the newest target of Barney Garris, an infamous serial killer known as the Blissfield Butcher, during her senior year. When the killer’s magic dagger causes her to swap bodies with him, Millie discovers she has only a day to reverse the switch or else remain trapped as a middle-aged murderer hunted by the city, while the real killer – in her body – targets her classmates at Homecoming.
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Universal Pictures: “Freaky” – “Slaughterhouse” Clip

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Well hello again my friends, I am back to discuss the Universal Pictures Horror/Comedy “Freaky” with you once again. When we last met it was to showcase the Official Trailer (seen HERE) and now they have released a clip called “Slaughterhouse”. That sounds pretty dramatic don’t you think? I know I do and after you see this one you can examine the provided premise and the casting before my always wisdom laden closing editorial thoughts. Let’s go.

The Premise: Tormented high school student, Millie Kessler, becomes the newest target of Barney Garris, an infamous serial killer known as the Blissfield Butcher, during her senior year. When the killer’s magic dagger causes her to swap bodies with him, Millie discovers she has only a day to reverse the switch or else remain trapped as a middle-aged murderer hunted by the city, while the real killer – in her body – targets her classmates at Homecoming.
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Universal Pictures: “Freaky” Official Trailer

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Over the last couple of years I’ve been trying to add more of the Horror film releases to our archive of Film narratives in our Pop Culture section of the site and while most have been pure Horror there are also films like “Freaky”. This one is more of a Horror/Comedy and comes from the folks that brought us “Happy Death Day” which I loved the look of but still haven’t gotten around to seeing. Check out the first trailer for this Universal Pictures release along with the premise and casting and I will return with that editorial opinion that you long for 😉

The Premise: Tormented high school student, Millie Kessler, becomes the newest target of Barney Garris, an infamous serial killer known as the Blissfield Butcher, during her senior year. When the killer’s magic dagger causes her to swap bodies with him, Millie discovers she has only a day to reverse the switch or else remain trapped as a middle-aged murderer hunted by the city, while the real killer – in her body – targets her classmates at Homecoming.
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Sony Pictures: “Ghostbusters: Afterlife” Official Trailer

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The time has come to return to the time of the Ghostbusters, a crackshot team who protected Earth from the denizens in the deceased and supernatural. Of course, with the team disbanded and unaccounted for I ask you this my friends. “Who you gonna call?” – The answer can be found in this first Official Trailer for the new film.

The Premise: A single mother and her two children move to Oklahoma after inheriting property from a previously unknown relative. They discover their family’s legacy to the original Ghostbusters, who have become something of a myth as many have long-since forgotten the events of the “Manhattan Crossrip of 1984”.

The Cast/Characters:
Mckenna Grace as Phoebe
Finn Wolfhard as Trevor
Carrie Coon as Callie
Paul Rudd as Mr. Grooberson
Logan Kim as Phoebe’s classmate
Celeste O’Connor
Bokeem Woodbine as Sheriff Domingo
Oliver Cooper
Bill Murray as Dr. Peter Venkman
Dan Aykroyd as Dr. Raymond “Ray” Stantz
Ernie Hudson as Winston Zeddemore
Sigourney Weaver as Dana Barrett
Annie Potts as Janine Melnitz

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PiercingMetal Thoughts: I truly loved the first “Ghostbusters” film, enjoyed the second installment for the most part and like so very many of you, never even bothered with the redo of the franchise from a couple of years ago. That being said I was curious as to how this new movie might be and when it proved to be a many years later continuation of what we all enjoyed I was game. The idea of the family members of the famous team who long since retired brings some appeal to the front and with the young cast can “Stranger Things” be a good comparison. I liked what I saw here and look forward to more reveals. Though the summer of 2020 is far away, I will likely be sitting in the local theater for this one. What did you think? Chime in down below in the comments.

Official Film Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghostbusters:_Afterlife