Girl Gone Bad – Twisting the Slasher Formula Girl Gone Bad flips the script on the typical low-budget slasher by letting the emotions of a heartbroken 16-year-old girl run amok as she fights back against a desperate killer. Thanks to a solid directorial effort by Canadian Kevin Schultz and a powerhouse lead acting performance by Alison Thornton, Girl Gone Bad hits the bloody ground running, swerving
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