With a fresh perspective on a cult favourite, executive producer, director, and star Rob Lowe reinvents the renowned 1956 psychological horror film “The Bad Seed.” As a single parent who appears to have everything under control, Lowe will play the lead role. He is compelled to doubt all he believed to be true about his cherished daughter Emma (Mckenna Grace) after a tragic tragedy occurs at her school. He starts to wonder if Emma’s good deeds are really a front and that she was involved in the terrible occurrence.
He is forced to hide a dreadful secret in order to protect Emma as more weird things start to occur, but ultimately he must stop her from attacking once again.
We witness a picture-perfect little girl at the beginning of the film amid many unsettling scenes. She goes by Emma, and while she doesn’t care if cats are drowning in the pond, she will go out of her way to save a wasp.
Rob Lowe is seeking for a new babysitter or nanny. (Also mother, who is no longer alive.) A young woman who can make an outstanding grilled cheese and use black lip liner is interviewed by him. (Her trick is mustard and pickles.) She somehow manages to land the job of photographing Emma and misses the fact that the youngster is a psychopath.