Canadian chiller Separation will be available EXCLUSIVELY at TheHorrorShow.TV this October (date TBC), marking the latest among a growing catalogue of exclusives at the UK’s only VOD/streaming platform.
Hemlock Lake is a quaint little town. But it is autumn, and this tiny summer home community is eerily quiet except for nine-year-old Angie Appleton, riding her bicycle down the empty rural road and up the driveway of a picturesque lakeside cottage, a ‘SOLD’ sign on the front lawn. The Appletons have just moved in.
Jack (Peter Stebbings) and Liz (Sarah Manninen) have moved to Hemlock Lake for a fresh start. But Liz suffers from blinding migraines that cause her to black out, and “see things.” She tries to control the visions, first with sheer willpower, and later with medication. When Jack realises that Liz hasn’t been imagining things, and that they are being stalked, Jack and Liz must prevent the intruders from getting the one thing they want… little Angle Appleton.
Packed with twists and turns that will genuinely keep you guessing to the very end – and a last shot that will make you want to watch the film all over again, immediately – Separation is directed by Greg White (“does a masterful job – Aint It Cool), with a supporting cast that includes Barbara Gordon (Dead Ringers) and Al Sapienza (The Sopranos).
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