A tale of a mysterious woman, a little girl, and her single mother, The Haunting of Helena, formerly Fairytale, presents a new twist on the legend of the Tooth Fairy. Bloody Disgusting Selects is gearing up to unleash the Italian horror slow burn in select theaters on June 21, 2013. It will also be available on Cable VOD in partnership with Tribeca Films and for digital streaming on June 18, 2013. Additional local cable VOD information is available via Tribeca Film On Demand here.
This Italian horror flick is a slow-burn thriller that begins, “After a divorce, Sophia moves to the south of Italy with her daughter, Helena. Their new home, an apartment within an austere building of the fascist age, is a chance for them to start a new life. But inside an old storage room hides a mysterious closet and a buried secret. After the loss of Helena’s first baby tooth, a chilling obsession begins and an apparition haunts her sleep. Dreams become nightmares. Nightmares become reality. When Helena collects her classmate’s fallen teeth with an urgent hunger, it is clear that there is far more to their new home than can be seen. Sophia finds herself in a terrifying fight to save her child while maintaining her sanity. The Haunting of Helena will keep you at the edge of your seat as it slides in agony along the sharp blade of psychological terror.”
We now have a pair of new clips to go along the trailer and poster.
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