This fall, two classic nursery rhymes are getting the horror movie treatment. Three Blind Mice and Mary Had a Little Lamb are set to provide some bloody, disturbing, pre-Halloween entertainment.
Three Blind Mice, acquired by Uncork’d Entertainment, mutates a popular nursery rhyme into a creature horror film. Directed by Pierre B, it follows Abi as she goes cold turkey with her family to a cabin in the woods. However, the Three Blind Mice fairy tale comes to life and turns from nursery rhyme to nightmare.
“Releasing shortly after our other nursery rhyme-turned horror film Mary Had a Little Lamb, Three Blind Mice guarantees horror fans some bloody, disturbing and very entertaining pre-Halloween entertainment,” said Keith Leopard, President of Uncork’d Entertainment. “Pierre B, and his talented cast, deliver a title that’s bound to be extremely popular.”
Three Blind Mice stars May Kelly, Lila Lasso, Natasha Tosini, Samantha Cull, and Danielle Ronald and will be available on Digital and DVD on October 17.
Mary Had a Little Lamb turns the classic children’s story into a slasher horror film. Directed by Jason Arber, known for his visual effects and animation work, Mary Had a Little Lamb follows a radio host and her crew as they investigate disappearances for a true crime show, only to meet the murderous Mary and her lamb.
“Campy and fun, with terrific special and visual effects, we expect Mary Had a Little Lamb will be one of the most popular titles on our schedule this quarter,” said Leopard. “We can’t wait to hear what audiences think of this super fun horror film.”
Mary Had a Little Lamb stars May Kelly, Danielle Scott, and Christine Ann Nyland. It hits Digital and DVD on October 3.
Horror fans can look forward to these fresh, frightening twists on classic nursery rhymes this Halloween season. Mark your calendars for Three Blind Mice on October 17 and Mary Had a Little Lamb on October 3.
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