by Lauren Yee
Freshman year at college is hard when your roommate is weird, you’re feeling homesick, and a hook-handed serial killer is slashing girls’ throats. But if Lexi can discover what really happened to her high school best friend on that car ride to the movies, everything will be okay. In this existential slasher comedy, Lexi and her friends learn what it means to grow up – and it’s not pretty.
"Hookman is a clever and hopeful tale of life after tragedy... Though Hookman grabs the audience by the throat, its fresh take on death, violence and responsibility reminds us that our own scars are capable of healing."
"The direction by Lisa Sanaye Dring was clearly responsible for connecting the actors in the intentionally disconnected way Yee writes them. The distracted, phone obsessed culture that we relate to millennials was perfectly spoofed..."