bad hair drive-in release

Justin Simien‘s horror-satire Bad Hair is headed to Hulu this month, but if you’re craving the theatrical experience, here’s some good news – it’s going to drive-ins, too. Neon will be releasing Bad Hair in drive-in theaters in major markets across the country including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Philadelphia, Atlanta, New Orleans, Detroit, Austin, Sacramento, and Las Vegas, before hitting Hulu on October 23.

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bad hair trailer new

There’s a killer weave in Bad Hair – literally. This horror-satire from Dear White People director Justin Simien follows a young woman in the 1980s who gets a weave that appears to have a mind of its own. The film played Sundance and is headed to Hulu this month, and a new Bad Hair trailer just arrived to announce the release. Check out the trailer below.

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Bad Hair trailer

Justin Simien, the creator of the indie movie Dear White People and the acclaimed Netflix series of the same name, has moved into the horror realm for his second feature film. Bad Hair is a horror satire set in the 1980s, focusing on the relationship between power and perceived beauty as it applies to an aspiring television executive – oh, and one of the characters has a weave with a mind of its own and a taste for human blood.

The film debuted at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year and arrives on Hulu this October. Check out its new trailer below. Read More »

Bad Hair review

Writer/director Justin Simien premiered his feature film debut Dear White People at Sundance in 2014, and later went on to adapt that movie into a Netflix streaming series. Now he’s back at the festival with something completely new: an ‘80s-set horror thriller about a killer weave. Read More »

Bad Hair movie

After turning his indie hit Dear White People into a Netflix TV series, director Justin Simien is ready to return to movies. Simien is gearing up to helm the horror satire Bad Hair, which sounds like it could be the spiritual successor to Get Out.

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