Unfortunately I can’t give you a run down of the trailer as it won’t work in Canada, but inside you’ll find the teaser debut for MTV’s My Super Psycho Sweet 16 Part 2, the sequel to their quite entertaining direct-to-TV slasher from last year. Jacob Gentry (The Signal) returns to the Rollerdome from a screenplay by Jed Elinoff and Scott Thomas. In addition to Gentry’s return, we’ll also once again be seeing Lauren McKnight as “Skye Rotter”, Chris Zylka as “Brigg” and Matt Angel as “Derek”. The first film was about a killer who crashes Madison Penrose’s birthday bash at the Rollerdome, the site of several grisly murders a decade earlier.
Synopsis found by Dr. Chopper:
“Having fled the bloodbath at the Rollerdome in My Super Psycho Sweet 16, Skye goes in search of the mother who abandoned her as a baby, a woman she barely remembers. Her journey takes her to the quiet town of Mill Basin, where she finds her mother, Carolyn, now married to a wealthy real estate developer. Taken in by Carolyn and Skye’s half-sister, Alex, Skye believes she’s finally found a safe haven. As the bond between Skye and Alex grows, Skye is introduced to Alex’s manipulative best friend, Zoe, and her dream guy, wanna-be DJ, James (aka Jams). Despite Zoe’s suspicions, Skye attempts to keep the truth about her father a secret, even from Alex.
But Skye’s past is about to catch up with her.
Brigg is unable to forget Skye and convinces Derek to help him find her. And they’re not the only ones on her trail. Charlie Rotter has followed Skye to Mill Basin, and the corpses are starting to pile up. When Alex throws a party on the same night as Skye’s 16th birthday, her weekend rager becomes the terrifying setting for a Rotter family reunion and one killer party!”
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