Mary Had a Little Lamb Trailer Introduces Fans to A Gruesome Take on the Classic Nursery Rhyme
Prepare for a gory take on the timeless nursery rhyme Mary Had a Little Lamb as the harmless tale is transformed into a horrifying cinematic experience just in time for Halloween. Directed by Jason Arber, known for his work on Meg 2: The Trench, Mary Had a Little Lamb takes audiences on a chilling journey into the dark depths of childhood nightmares.
The film follows a team of a radio host and her crew as they venture into the unknown to uncover the truth behind a series of mysterious disappearances. Little do they know, their investigation leads them to a terrifying encounter with Mary and her innocent-looking lamb. As the crew faces unimaginable horrors, the line between reality and nightmare begins to blur.
Starring May Kelly, Danielle Scott, and Christine Ann Nyland, Mary Had a Little Lamb promises to immerse even the most die-hard horror fans in a gruesome and blood-soaked tale. The newly released trailer offers a glimpse into the twisted story, revealing a far cry from the innocent nature of the original nursery rhyme.
Mary Had a Little Lamb is part of a growing trend in horror films that reimagine beloved childhood classics through a gruesome lens. Earlier this year, fans got a taste of this trend with the release of Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey. As the spooky holiday season approaches, horror fans can look forward to more twisted adaptations, including Cinderella’s Curse and Sleeping Beauty’s Massacre. Director Rhys Frake-Waterfield, known for Bloody and Honey, will also put a horrifying spin on classics like Peter Pan and Bambi.
Prepare yourself for a journey into the macabre with Mary Had a Little Lamb. Get ready to confront your childhood fears when the film is unleashed upon audiences on digital and DVD on October 3, 2023. Check out the trailer below:
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