Frightfest Preview: Some Kind Of Hate

 

Some Kind Of Hate follows the story of a bullied teen, who, when driven to the end of his tether, decides to resurrect an old classmate Moira, who was driven to suicide after being tormented by the same oppressors.  As you might expect, vengeance is the order of the day as Moira starts to dispatch her bullies in brilliant fashion.

This slasher is set to be something a little different, as the “stalker” is not only slightly more innocent looking than your average Michael Myers, but she’s also pretty vocal.  As you’ll see, she’s pretty keen to explain to her victims exactly why she’s offing them.

I’m hoping that this will be a supernatural stalk-fest that also leaves you with a sense of empathy for the protagonist.  Think a cross between Dead Man’s Shoes and Friday the 13th.  I can’t wait to see if I’m anywhere close.

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