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

Get ready to experience a whole new side of Cinderella as ChampDog Films brings us their horror movie twist in Cinderella’s Curse. This unique take on the classic children’s tale promises to deliver a terrifying and gruesome rendition of the beloved story and the first images of the movie are finally here!

Starring Chrissie Wunna, known for her roles in Exorcist Vengeance and Dinosaur Hotel 2, as the Fairy Godmother, this version of the character is far from the kind-hearted old woman we remember from Disney’s Cinderella. Wunna reveals that in this movie, the Fairy Godmother is cunning, cruel, and deadly. Whenever she appears, things take a bloody turn, hinting at a connection to the horror film “Carrie.”

Louisa Warren takes on the roles of producer and director for Cinderella’s Curse, with the screenplay penned by Harry Boxley, known for Mary Had A Little Lamb. The cast also includes Kelly Rian Sanson and Danielle Scott, who will bring this dark retelling to life.

Warren describes the film as a unique and horrific twist on the Cinderella we all know and love. Expect truly gruesome deaths at the hands of Cinderella herself. The director promises a treat for horror enthusiasts and gore hounds, indicating that this movie will not hold back when it comes to delivering terrifying and shocking moments.

The same production company behind Cinderella’s Curse is also set to bring a horror adaptation to life with Sleeping Beauty’s Massacre.

Prepare yourself for Cinderella’s Curse as ITN Studios plans to release the film in October 2023. If you’re a fan of horror and enjoy seeing familiar tales transformed into chilling experiences, this twisted version of Cinderella is sure to leave an unforgettable mark.

Check out the images below and let us know whether or not you are excited for it!

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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.