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‘Cinderella’s Curse’: A Sinister Twist On The Beloved Fairytale

In a spine-chilling departure from the classic fairytale that children have come to adore, Cinderella is set to undergo a haunting transformation in an upcoming horror film titled Cinderella’s Curse.

Bloody Disgusting has exclusively revealed that this new take on Cinderella will be far removed from the family-friendly adaptations we’re accustomed to. Crossing genres, Cinderella’s Curse promises to immerse audiences in a terrifying reimagination of the beloved tale.

Scheduled to be available for sale at the American Film Market (AFM), the film is the latest creation from ChampDog Films. ITN Studios is poised to release this bone-chilling interpretation in October 2023, adding a dark twist to the timeless story.

Production is set to commence next month in the UK, with acclaimed horror filmmaker Louisa Warren taking on the dual roles of producer and director. Collaborating on the screenplay is Harry Boxley, known for his work on Mary Had A Little Lamb. Bringing the characters to life on screen will be talented actors Kelly Rian Sanson, Chrissie Wunna, and Danielle Scott.

Warren, an experienced name in the horror genre, expressed her excitement about this fresh take on the iconic Cinderella tale. She promises audiences a series of “truly horrific deaths by her hands,” guaranteeing a thrilling and gore-filled narrative in this dark retelling.

Prepare to have your expectations shattered as Cinderella’s Curse breathes new life into the age-old fairytale. Louisa Warren‘s directorial vision, complemented by Harry Boxley‘s inventive screenplay, aims to deliver a nightmare-inducing rendition of Cinderella that will leave audiences on the edge of their seats.

With production scheduled to begin soon, this highly anticipated horror film promises a fresh and chilling take on a familiar story, ensuring that Cinderella’s curse will haunt your dreams for years to come.

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Eva van den Bosch Head Editor, Photographer
Eva van den Bosch combines concert photography with a prominent editorial role at Strife Mag.