- Director: Cory Finley
- Writer: Cory Finley
- Producer: Andrew Duncan; Nat Faxon; Jim Rash; Alex Saks; Kevin J. Walsh
What nasty, spiteful little fillies they are!
Cory Finley teases the humour out of the macabre...in what can only be called a deft little [ice-cold] chiller. That percussive soundtrack sounds like nails being dragged down a blackboard...cacophonous as it is, it works so well!
Olivia Cook steals the show..with her deadpan delivery...competently supported by each and all. The twists come aplenty...if it were a book, it would be a page-turner. Rest assured, Thoroughbreds will make sure you don't sit comfortably in your chair...especially if you are a parent!
Just one little complaint...without the final [unnecessary] scene, it would have been even more chilling than its hypothermic whole. Less is more.
Definitely, an unpleasant delight!
Two teenage girls in suburban Connecticut rekindle their unlikely friendship after years of growing apart. In the process, they learn that neither is what she seems to be, and that a murder might solve both of their problems.