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The Intensely Creepy ‘Lord Of Tears’ Adds A Celtic Twist To The Traditional British Ghost Story



I’ve never trusted owls. You just never know what evil is lurking behind those beady eyes, but until now I never thought I’d have a reason to actually fear them. Granted, the creature we see in the new trailer for Lord of Tears, the first horror film by Director/producer Lawrie Brewster, is more man than owl, complete with disturbingly large hands and big dead eyes I can only guess it used to peer deep into your soul as it proceeds to ruin your day.

Brewster describes the film as “the type of story I enjoy watching, the creepy type of thriller that gets under your skin, with unexpected twists, and memorable and disturbing supernatural inspired imagery. We take inspiration from classic British chillers such as The Haunting and The Legend of Hell House whilst adding our own, Scottish Celtic twist to the mix.” After watching the trailer, there’s definitely something about the Owlman that gets under my skin.

Check out the film’s new trailer and a batch of screens after the break!

Lord of Tears from marc daly on Vimeo.

Lord of Tears is written by Sarah Daly who describes it as “The Wicker Man meets The Woman in Black,” and stars David Schofield (Gladiator, Pirates of the Caribbean), Lexy Hulme (500 Days of Summer), and Scottish actor Euan Douglas in his feature debut.


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