Films

Better Watch Out

Better Watch Out

Synopsis

Look out, yuletide horror films, there's a new kid in town. His name is Luke, he's almost 13, mischievous, and actually excited that his parents have hired a babysitter for the night while they head out to a Christmas party. That's because the sitter is his 17-year-old crush, Ashley, and Luke has made plans to finally declare his love for her. Unfortunately, their quiet suburban home is about to be visited by a very un-jolly intruder who plans to create a real nightmare before Christmas, trapping these teenagers―and even their friends and, yikes, boyfriends―in a twisted tale of terror.

Chris Peckover

Schedule

21.11.2017
16:00 - 17:29
Tallinn, 
Coca-Cola Plaza
Hall 2
Subtitles: EST
Screening code: 050101
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23.11.2017
14:30 - 15:59
Tallinn, 
Coca-Cola Plaza
Hall 10
Subtitles: EST
Screening code: 070701
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25.11.2017
16:00 - 17:29
Tallinn, 
Apollo Kino Solaris
Hall 1
Subtitles: EST
Screening code: 090801
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Screenings with guests might end later than expected.

Programme

JF Youth Programme

Film info

Countries: Australia, United States
Year: 2017
Duration: 89 minutes
Language: English
Director: Chris Peckover
Producers: Brett Thornquest, Sidonie Abbene, Brion Hambel, Paul Jensen
Writers: Zack Kahn, Chris Peckover
DOP: Carl Robertson
Montage: Julie-Anne De Ruvo
Composer: Brian Cachia
Cast: Levi Miller, Olivia DeJonge, Ed Oxenbould, Alex Mikic, Virginia Madsen
Productions: Storm Vision Entertainment, Best Medicine Productions

Synopsis

Look out, yuletide horror films, there's a new kid in town. His name is Luke, he's almost 13, mischievous, and actually excited that his parents have hired a babysitter for the night while they head out to a Christmas party. That's because the sitter is his 17-year-old crush, Ashley, and Luke has made plans to finally declare his love for her. Unfortunately, their quiet suburban home is about to be visited by a very un-jolly intruder who plans to create a real nightmare before Christmas, trapping these teenagers―and even their friends and, yikes, boyfriends―in a twisted tale of terror.

Chris Peckover