The Babysitter: Killer Queen

Director: McG
Year Released: 2020
Rating: 1.0

Still traumatized from the events that took place three years ago, Cole (Judah Lewis), a junior in high school, skips out one day with love interest Melanie (Emily Alyn Lind) to a party only to find out she's in the same blood-guzzling cult and that those he thought were dead in the first movie (Bella Thorne, Andrew Bachelor, Robbie Amell, etc.) are back.  Just like last year's Rim of the World it has some jaw-droppingly stupid plot mechanics - there are not one, not two but four people responsible for penning this dreck - and over-the-top silly acting to go along with the buckets and buckets of Smucker's jelly to splash over everyone.  Most of the jokes are pretty desperate - Chris Wylde's stoner Dad fretting over his car instead of his daughter being the exception - but I think Jenna Ortega (who deflowers our 'pure' hero and was less-than-innocent herself in Netflix's You) should have a nice, long career ahead of her.