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St. Vincent's Directorial Debut Draws on Her 'Morbid Sense of Humor'

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Birthday Party is a part of the all-female horror anthology, XX, out February 17.

A first of its kind, an all-female horror anthology, called XX, will drop February 17, featuring St. Vincent's breakout film project, Birthday Party. This will be the singer's directorial debut with a storyline she says draws on her "morbid sense of humor," following a mother's choice to throw her daughter a birthday party, despite her husband having just committed suicide. Alongside St. Vincent, are fellow directors Karyn Kusama with Her Only Living Son, Roxanne Benjamin's Don't Fall and Jovanka Vuckovic with The Box.

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Ahead of the anthology's release this week, two clips have dropped from Don't Fall and Her Only Living Son; in Don't Fall, we see two people in a camper being tormented by a demonic figure, while Her Only Living Son begins in a principal's office, where a future Valedictorian's fingernails are ripped off, causing a spat between mothers.

XX is in theaters, and on Amazon and iTunes February 17.

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