Here’s a small selection of the horror and genre Independent Italiand news that caught our eye during the last week …
Scheduled for release on DVD and digital download in April 2017, My Little Sister finds Igor, whose father died as a result of his younger sister’s actions during his childhood, seeking a way to resolve his inner demons. By the look of the trailer, this involves an array of violent torture methods. The films is directed by Maurizio Del Piccolo (The Hounds, Evil Souls) and appears to include stunning photography. Take a look at the trailer below.
Mother-child horror Don’t Knock Twice set for cinematic release
With its UK cinematic release set for 31 March 2017, there is some clamour for new genre release, Don’t Knock Twice. Receiving positive reviews in preview screenings, VODzilla have called it “one of the best mother-child horror movies since The Orphanage.” Directed by Caradog W James (The Machine), the film stars Katie Sackhoff, Lucy Booynton and Nick Moran. Take a look at the trailer, below.
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