Just when Skye thought she could forget her past and start a new life…A night of terror returns to MTV, with the premiere of the third installment of the hit movie franchise, “My Super Psycho Sweet 16 Part 3,” on Tuesday, March 13 at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT.
“Having survived the bloodbath at the Rollerdome, then confronting her serial killer father at The Boneyard and ending his reign of terror once and for all…Skye Rotter (Lauren Mcknight) is heading to college to start a new life. But before she can escape her dark past, there’s one last party to attend. Her sister Alex Bell (Kirsten Prout) is having her Sweet 16, and someone has made certain the Lord of the Rink’s bloody legacy lives on. There’s bad blood between these sisters and they’re going to have it out… The party ends here.”
Jillian Rose Reed also stars as Skye’s fellow college freshman who gets more than she bargained for when she gives Skye a ride to school and they wind up attending Alex’s party. Ryan Sypek, Niko Pepaj, Ben Winchell, Onira Tares and Autumn Dial also star as guests at the bloodiest Super Psycho Sweet 16 yet. Chris Zylka makes a special appearance in the movie as Skye’s longtime love, Brigg.
Jacob Gentry (The Signal) once again serves as director completing the story and screenwriters Jed Elinoff and Scott Thomas began in 2009.
MTV has given themselves the exclusive trailer premiere from their own site (yes, I’m being a bit snarky). Check out the embed below.
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