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  Sweet Sweet Lonely Girl [read more]
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  The hauntingly elegant SWEET SWEET LONELY GIRL comes to AMC Networks-backed premium streaming service SHUDDER on the 4th May. This stylish gothic thriller features standout performances from its young female leads, rising stars Erin Wilhelmi (The Perks of Being a Wallflower, The Knick) and Quinn Shephard (Hostages) and was praised after its premiere at Austin's renowned genre festival, Fantastic Fest as a breakout indie hit.

Directed by A.D. Calvo, SWEET SWEET LONELY GIRL explores the friendship between quiet Adele and seductive Beth, which blossoms as Adele takes care of her agoraphobic aunt. As Adele begins to discover that Beth may not be who she says she is, she is sent spiraling down a psychologically unhinged and phantasmagoric path, following in the footsteps of her unstable aunt.

SWEET SWEET LONELY GIRL evokes the atmospheric dread of 70s horror with distinctive nods to the work of Mario Bava and sitting alongside genre classics such as Let's Scare Jessica to Death and more recently Ti West's The House of the Devil. The trailer's above.
  Graeme Clark [10 Apr 2017 at 23:12]
     

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