The Siren

The Siren

Directed by Perry Blackshear

Tom rents a cabin on a secluded lake marked by a local legend of a lovelorn spirit who haunts the surrounding woods and drowns anyone she encounters. Drawn to her immediately, Tom knows he has found his soulmate in the seemingly human Nina, who must battle to repress her demonic instincts when she feels the same towards him. Meanwhile, a man possessed by vengeance circles the pair, getting ever closer to tracking down the monster that murdered his husband.

Tom rents a cabin on a secluded lake, where a lovelorn spirit haunts the surrounding woods and drowns anyone she encounters.

Cast: Margaret Ying Drake, MacLeod Andrews, Evan Dumouchel

Member Reviews

It wasn't scary but I really enjoyed it nonetheless. A dark love story with a very sad ending

melliemoo
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23 hours ago

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Tuba
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1 week ago

This film surprised me. It's definitely more supernatural mythology rather than terror and gore. Other reviews complain about the Siren's design, namely that she's not half-fish.

Boomslang
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2 weeks ago

Lovely

alberthitchcock
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3 weeks ago

As much as I like Sirens and the concept.. this is not horror.. a lot of it is just a love story. You don’t even get to see her as her true self. All she does is touch her face and her eyes turn black. The guy with the big beard and his backstory is the only character I like in this movie.. couldn’t deal with the fact that his lover cheated on him with the siren.

Sayasnacks
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3 weeks ago