Are You Ready For A Flesh-Eating Stripper Mermaid Musical? Of Course You ARE!
“The Lure” is a new Polish film that the LA Times calls:
“a woozily entrancing mash-up, shimmying by itself in the corner of the horror-musical canon and sure to earn quizzically appreciative stares from genre enthusiasts!”
You see, it’s the story of two mermaids who become strippers, sing and dance and then – of course – eat their patrons!
Check out the trailer:
Here is more from the LA Times, who gives a great description of the movie:
“Director Agnieszka Smoczyńska’s and screenwriter Robert Bolesto’s story of beautiful waterborne sisters with impressive tails and sharp teeth who succumb to fleshy temptations in a sordid nightclub/restaurant openly borrows Hans Christian Andersen’s timeless metaphor for what’s gained and lost with womanhood. But “The Lure” is its own scaly, slinky thing, a Cronenbergian body-horror fable informed by vampiric desires, ’80s-era Europop stylings and a belief in the narrative blend of myth and earthiness that gives all fairy tales their strange power!”
The film is now going into limited release, and movie buffs, this is something worth checking out!
People have recently raved as well about the European film “The Lobster”, and here is another amazing low-budget horror film from Norway:
There is an amazing trend around the world: filmmakers with a story to tell are finding a way to tell those stories – check them out here!
Let me know if you are “lured” into “The Lure!”
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