Something isn't quite right about Esther. Furthermore, presently, after 13 years, we're at long last seeing what precisely that is.

The new prequel "Vagrant: First Kill" (in theaters currently, on-request stages, and gushing on Paramount+).

Recounts the history of the moderately aged chronic executioner who takes on the appearance of a sweet young lady.

This time, it's the well off, rural Albright family who observes Esther's rage prior to biting the dust in a deadly house fire.

In obvious nostalgic style, Isabelle Fuhrman, who was 12 when she featured in 2009's unique "Vagrant" film, repeats her job.

The entertainer is currently 25, yet regardless was anticipating a decent test.

From consumed infants to an intense conveyance scene, this is the year's most stunning blood and gore flick.

"First Kill," which is less a blood and gore flick and more a spine chiller, opens with Leena.

There, she expects the personality of a 10-year-old young lady who disappeared four years preceding invading the home of a rich.

The crowd could figure out how to cherish her and on the grounds that they love what she does, yet for the way that she gets frightened, that she is a person, that she's as yet horrible yet there's some explanation for why she is the sort of person she is."