A dream can provide happiness, whilst a memory can evoke pain. When an event can be so horrific, so traumatic, we can suppress it from our memory bank, like it never happened.
When we lose something, we often find something else similar to replace it with. However, when we lose somebody, we often instead try to find what they were looking for in life.
As one would naturally expect, Girls Just Wanna Have Blood opens with a deadly bite of sickly sleaze, but is yet accompanied (and quite often too) with a killer rock soundtrack… almost Giallo-esque.
Opening in a palette of creepy-cool midnight blue, Ashley-Kae (Erika Edwards) retells her nighttime childhood entailing her fear of the terrifying Sister Monday (Felissa Rose) hidden under the bed, in her closet, and in her head.
Benton, NY. October 31st 2015. Spin the bottle? No, spin the knife. High school students are getting loose and wild at a party, but what they don’t realise, is that they’re about to witness the outburst of a monster. Trick is that monster.