"Freaky" is a unique blend of horror and comedy that surprisingly works well. The film offers a fresh twist on the body-swap genre with a captivating performance by Vince Vaughn and Kathryn Newton. Vaughn shines as a teenage girl trapped in a serial killer's body, delivering both laughs and scares with equal aplomb. Newton also impresses, effortlessly switching from timid high schooler to menacing murderer. The script is smart and funny, with plenty of nods to classic horror films, which adds to the enjoyment. The film does not shy away from gore, but it is counterbalanced with its humor. The pacing is excellent, ensuring there's never a dull moment. Despite its predictability, "Freaky" is a fun, entertaining ride that successfully combines horror and comedy, proving once again that director Christopher Landon is a master of the horror-comedy genre.