Concept "A girls' night quickly becomes blood soaked, but as the killer’s true form(s) shift, change, and are revealed, nothing is as it seems. This simple summary doesn’t do justice to the constant shifts, twists, and details of the plot that keep this story fresh, engaging, and interesting."
Plot: "The plot follows six girls who skipped graduation for a “girls' night,” but they are soon stalked by a killer whose true form is ever mysterious and whose attacks are bizarre and calculated. By the end, the victims are revealed to be the perpetrators in an amazing twist that subverts all of our expectations while also tying up all the loose ends."
Structure: "Thanks to the constant maneuverings of the plot, the script keeps a fast clip and never slows down until the chaos has ended and the time for understanding begins, which keeps the story interesting and exciting."
Characters: "For the large cast of characters that make up this script, they each are complex, interesting, and easy to visualize. The subtle hints of Anna’s sister’s death and its impacts are well done."
Dialogue: "Each character speaks with a unique and distinct voice, and the final monologues that explain the details of the plot are well executed as they deliver all the connecting points in an interesting and effective way."
Overall: "Girls Night is an incredibly clever take and subversion of the slasher genre that keeps the audience engaged and impressed as the large cast is managed effectively and the plot is always surprising. The greatest strength of the script is its unique take and well-crafted unfolding that ups the ante whenever things begin to settle down. This gives a feeling of anticipation to see where things will go next, and it is never the turn that was expected. Overall, this is a great script that offers a fresh take on a genre staple by always going left when right seems to be the only option and providing a varied and interesting cast of characters."