Movie News: Irish Giallo THE THREE SISTERS Announce Cult Actor and Teaser Trailer

Written by Martin Unsworth Friday, 18 April 2014

Movie News

  Three-Sisters

Cult Italian actor Giovanni Lombardo Radice will appear in upcoming giallo horror film THE THREE SISTERS, directed by Dáire McNab in Dublin, Ireland (not the first place you'd think of when picturing a giallo, but consider us interested).

Radice is better known to Anglo audiences as John Morghen, the star of such nasty classics as CANNIBAL FEROX, THE HOUSE ON THE EDGE OF THE PARK, CITY OF THE LIVING DEAD and CANNIBAL APOCALYPSE.

From the press release:

When Sarah Lehmann's uncle is brutally murdered, she begins to suspect that an event in her family's past may be coming back to haunt them. As the murders pile up, she joins forces with her ex-boyfriend and an eccentric police detective to try and unmask the black-gloved killer before it is too late.

Starring Elliot Moriarty, Gillian Walsh, Neill Fleming as well as Radice, THE THREE SISTERS will feature music by Repeated Viewing, and will be released later in 2014.

In the meantime, check out the first teaser trailer

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You can find out more information on Facebook and the film's website.

 

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