Cole is a teenage boy who no longer needs a babysitter, but who gets to have one anyway. And as babysitters go his is a dream. Blonde bombshell Bee is his babysitter. She is a no nonsense young woman who watches Cole when he needs her and even when he doesn't. She stands up to bullies for him on her off time, and is most likely one of the hottest, and possibly the most protective, babysitter ever.
The night in question is a night full of murder, satanism, traps, accidental deaths, and the sexual awakening of a young man as he realizes he can do all of the things he stopped himself from doing before.
This movie is a dark comedy and it had me rolling on the floor with laughter. Some of the scenes between the protagonist, Cole, and the intruders to his home are fabulous. One in particular stands out between Cole, a jock, and Cole's main bully. It was so incredibly hilarious, and unbelievable, and honestly a lot of this movie reminded me of classics like THE 'BURBS and SO I MARRIED AN AXE MURDERER. The acting by all was spot on, so much so that the father of one of the characters not only annoyed me but personified a divorced father trying to regain his youth quite well, although stereotypically. The movie had many bright spots, and in fact I will likely watch it again. I loved it almost as I loved GET OUT and KEANU.
I can't say too much about this movie without giving a lot away, so I will stop this review a little earlier that I usually would. Just watch this movie. It was hilarious, dark, had some great horror elements, and was all-around a really great movie.