‘Cinderella’ is getting a horror movie version

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Part of the recent (love it or hate it) trend is horror embracing childhood classics, Cinderella’s Curse / mentioned.

The film follows similar horror versions of children’s favorites such as Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honeyand The One Mean (AKA the horror movie of The Grinch). These films tend to be panned by critics, and audiences are usually somewhat lenient. For example, Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey it has a critical score of three percent on Rotten Tomatoes. At the same time, the audience score is 50 percent The One Mean it did slightly better with critics, but not quite as well with audiences. It sits at 21 percent and 49 percent respectively.

Cinderella’s Curse / going up for sale on AFM, the American Film Market, soon. ITN Studios is going to release the film in October this year. Filming hasn’t quite started yet, and considering it’s budget is pretty low, it looks like the writing and pre-production stages didn’t take that long. Louisa Warren, the film’s producer and director, commented on Bloody Disgusting recently. She didn’t have a ton to say, but just enough to keep people interested.

5. Cinderella (2015)

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“This is a very special twist on the Cinderella we all love and know. There will be terrible deaths at his hands. I think the gore hounds are in for a taste of my dark iteration.”

At this point, no one is sure if this whole trend will last or not. So far, it has potential, but not tons of people are actually doing it, and those who are are likely going for the shock value involved. This one might break the mold.

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