Halloween can be a babysitting nightmare! – The Armijo Signal
Brianna Lowe, Staff writer October 16, It stars Tamara Smart as Kelly Ferguson, a bullied high school freshman who finds herself stuck babysitting on Halloween night. While Kelly is babysitting Jacob, monsters come out from under his bed and kidnap him. Liz Oona Laurence shows up and explains that she is the leader of a super-secret society of monster-hunting babysitters and she and Kelly begin their journey to save Jacob. Kelly joins the team of babysitters: Cassie, the brains; Curtis, the potion master; Berna, the muscle; and Liz. And everything I read on Twitter.
The film was released by Netflix on October 13, , and received mostly positive reviews from critics. Pre-teen student Cole is bullied by his neighbor Jeremy, but his babysitter Bee, who is one of his only two friends, stands up for him and scares Jeremy off. The following day, when his parents go out for an overnight stay at a hotel, Bee and Cole spend quality time together until he has to go to bed. Bee offers him some liquor to drink, but he secretly pours it out when she is not looking. Cole is encouraged by a text from his neighbor and other friend Melanie to go see what Bee gets up to after he goes to sleep.
You can also read this review with gifs! The middle-schoolers are inseparable. Soon, Kyle, her playful, babbling baby charge begins to bite, growl and lash out. Horror and humor, folklore and friendship join together to create the universe of The Shadow Hand , the first book in new middle-grade series Babysitting Nightmares. With an entertaining voice and witty, sharp, laugh-out-loud prose Kat Shepherd knows how to catch our interest from the very first page, and keep us turning pages, spellbound by Rebecca and her BFFs trials and triumphs.