Little Erin Merryweather
Directed by David Morwick
A unique twist on the classic “Little Red Riding Hood” tale – when a killer begins attacking men in a small New England town, the investigation opens a fairytale world full of nightmares. Can a student leading his own search into the murders reveal the killer’s identity, or will he be the next to fall victim to a mysterious flash of red?
A unique twist on the classic “Little Red Riding Hood” tale – when a killer begins attacking men in a small New England town, the investigation opens a fairytale world full of nightmares.
Cast: Frank Ridley, Vigdis Anholt, David Morwick, Elizabeth Callahan
Not terrible. Plays like a slightly above-average TV movie from 1983. The type of thing you'd watch on a random Wednesday afternoon on TBS or something, without feeling like you were WHOLLY wasting your time.
Love finding little gems like this. Thought this was unique. Little Red Ridding Hood turns the table on the men. Solid acting from the two leads. I love the book she was making!
I didn't have any high expectations and this was still incredibly disappointing = Bad acting , random overly dramatic music and it was anything but scary.
I truly agree this is an underrated slasher also a gender bending trope to it I won't diverge in spoilers but this definitely against the norm of slashers of older eras #5SkullsEasy
Little Erin is a really great under-rated slasher that doesn't rely on the gore to create tension. Shot for next to no money, the film still has a beautiful look and serene feel to it with a color scheme that propels it out of the no-budget market. Vigdis is great as Little Erin and has some truly creepy and terrifying moments, the rest of the cast is really good as well. The score and art work are something that will stick with you. I'm not sure why others are saying they were upset you knew who the killer was, the film is called LITTLE ERIN MERRYWEATHER with the cover showing the killer. Don't think they were trying to hide who it was.