Malvolia Halloween Episode

‘Malvolia Halloween’ Episode is A Ghoulastic Good Time!

Double Double, Toil and Trouble! Halloween is in less than a week away and what better way to spend it then with Malvolia: the Queen of Screams! I was lucky enough to get an early screening of the Malvolia Halloween episode, which features a lot of wonderful people and familiar faces from the indie horror community.

You can enjoy it early as well by clicking the video down below! Enjoy!

The Malvolia Halloween episode was written, directed, and edited by Hunter Johnson. The episode stars Jennifer Nangle as Malvolia, Charles Chudabala (Ugly Sweater Party 2017) as Charles, Sheri Davis (Snake With a Human Tail 2014) as Bloody Sheri, Hunter Johnson (2 Jennifer 2016) as Hunter, Garrett Lee (It’s Lurking 2016) as Victor, Brialynn Massie (Serena Waits 2017) as Bria, Malvolia, Queen of Screams producers Alex Napiwocki and Richard Trejo as Alex and Richard respectively, and Baker Chase Powell (Irrational Fear 2017) as Baker.

Synopsis:

‘Tis the season for more screams and shrieks! Malvolia: the Queen of Screams is having her annual Halloween party… And, lucky you, you’re invited! Though an unexpected invitation leads Malvolia to a different Halloween Party with a cast of characters that will definitely turn this party unside down. But fear not, Malvolia has a few dark tricks up her sleeve!

I’ll be honest, although October is my favorite time of year, I’ve been a little down. Usually, I binge on some horror movies to perk myself up, but nothing has really helped brighten my day until I watched Malvolia’s Halloween episode. Everything about the show is great, from the Halloween-themed storyline to the hilarious characters.

First, Malvolia: Queen of Screams is always magnificent; she’s beautiful, funny, and her laugh is just wicked. I loved seeing her in the mortal world… I could tell that she was distracted, and she only had one mission: to find her latest victim.

Along with this, I loved the chemistry between her and Bloody Sheri. It was a real treat to see them work together. The scene where Bloody Sheri freaks out and screams, “Say my name!” was hilarious and frightening all at the same time. Definitely one of my favorite moments.

Beyond them, I enjoyed every single one of the other characters. They were all stereotypical of people in the industry: both people who think they’re far more popular than they really are and those who will do anything for fame. Hunter Johnson’s character was one of my favorites. He was basically ready to sell his soul for a movie deal. Charles was phenomenal as Malvolia’s biggest fan. I could feel his excitement when she walked into the room. Bri is the girl you love to hate, but I liked her more and more throughout the episode. Baker didn’t have a clue from beginning to end what was going on and it didn’t work well in his favor. Alex and Richard deliver laughs upon laughs as the cameramen duo.

Another thing I loved was the mystery of who Malvolia: the Queen of Screams would pick as her victim. I had a pretty good idea of who it was going to be, and I loved the little twist at the end because Malvolia does what she wants!

Final Thoughts

The Malvolia Halloween episode was fun, spooky, and made me laugh. We all have favorite Halloween episodes from our beloved TV series (Roseanne, The Simpsons) and I think Malvolia’s Halloween episodes will become a holiday tradition. Something new every year to look forward to. Who will she choose as her victim next year?

About Tori Danielle

Tori has had a passion for Horror and music ever since she was a little girl. She got bit by the writing bug in high school where she was involved in both the school newspaper and the yearbook. While getting her Bachelors degree, she took Journalism and Creative Writing classes where her passion grew even stronger. Now, in between work and family, she spends all of her spare time indulging in music, Horror movies, and nerdy fandoms, all while running/assisting one of the biggest Horror groups on Facebook and writing for various websites.

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