Coming to DVD this summer from Zombies! Zombies! Zombies! director Jason Murphy and its writer Anthony Steven Giordano is the latest entry in the creepy ghost child genre boasting the somewhat odd sounding title The Unbroken.
Leprechaun himself Warwick Davis also makes an appearance in this supernatural chiller Inception Media is set to release on DVD June 11th.
Judging by the child’s physical appearance in the trailer below, I have to assume it’s actually the lovechild of Chucky and Jumby.
From the Press Release
After a messy divorce, Sarah Campbell has bigger problems when she encounters a ghostly child with a horrifying secret in The Unbroken, haunting DVD & VOD June 11 from Inception Media Group.
After a messy divorce leaves Sarah Campbell (Aurelia Riley, TV’s The Catch: Costa Rica) broken, lost and alone, she must start her life over in a run-down apartment complex. But when she sees a young boy’s figure appear in the mirrors of her new home, she has bigger worries.
Chalking it up to a lively imagination, she shrugs it off … But things intensify when torturous nightmares begin to haunt her sleep. As the dreams become more vivid, so do her encounters with the ghostly child, who terrorizes her, causing eerie accidents wherever she goes.
After a visit to a psychic and an encounter with her charming neighbor (Daniel Baldwin, Vampires), Sarah realizes the boy may be a messenger from the other side with a horrifying secret … But can the truth set him free?
Also starring Warwick Davis (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone), Patrick Flanagan (Jake’s Road, Crockdale) and Jay Laga’aia (Star Wars: Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, Star Wars: Episode II: Attack of the Clones, Home and Away).
The Unbroken is presented in widescreen with an aspect ratio of 16 x 9 (1.77:1) and 5.1 digital surround sound.
Sarah Campbell (newcomer Aurelia Riley) has to start her life over again after a messy divorce leaves her broken, lost and alone. After moving into a neglected apartment, strange things begin to happen including visions of a little boy in the mirrors. Passing them off as her imagination, things intensify when she starts to have nightmares of torture by a shadowy figure. As her dreams become more vivid, so do her encounters with the ghostly child who begins to terrorize her and cause accidents wherever she goes. Through an encounter with her charming neighbor (Daniel Baldwin), Sarah realizes that she may be the shadowy figure that she has been dreaming about. And that the little boy may be a messenger from the other side with a horrifying secret.
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