Red Riding Hood by Sarah Blakley-CartwrightThe blacksmith would marry her.
The woodcutter would run away with her.
The werewolf would turn her into one of its own.
Valeries sister was beautiful, kind, and sweet. Now she is dead. Henry, the handsome son of the blacksmith, tries to console Valerie, but her wild heart beats fast for another: the outcast woodcutter, Peter, who offers Valerie another life far from home.
After her sisters violent death, Valeries world begins to spiral out of control. For generations, the Wolf has been kept at bay with a monthly sacrifice. But now no one is safe. When an expert Wolf hunter arrives, the villagers learn that the creature lives among them--it could be anyone in town.
It soon becomes clear that Valerie is the only one who can hear the voice of the creature. The Wolf says she must surrender herself before the blood moon wanes...or everyone she loves will die.
Based on a screenplay written by David Leslie Johnson
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Valerie lives with her parents, Cesaire and Suzette, and sister Lucie in the village of Daggerhorn, on the edge of a forest plagued by a werewolf. She is in love with the woodcutter Peter, but her parents arrange for her to marry Henry, son of the wealthy blacksmith Adrien Lazar. Valerie and Peter plan to elope, only to learn the Wolf has broken its truce not to prey on the townspeople and murdered Lucie. Suzette tells Valerie that her marriage was also arranged, and that she had loved another. The preacher Father Auguste calls upon the famous witch hunter Father Solomon for help, but the townspeople decide to venture into the Wolf's lair.
Red Riding Hood is a Canadian romance horror film directed by Catherine Hardwicke, produced by Leonardo DiCaprio and starring Amanda Seyfried as.
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Little Red Riding Hood - Full Horror
By Horror Queen. I normally judge films not just by the impact they have on me in the theatre, but also days afterward. In fact had I have not written this review right after the film, this would likely be a blank page. Or at least that was the attempt. Young Valerie Amanda Seyfried is confronted with what may have been the usual medieval teen dilemma: whether or not to leave her village and run away with her childhood sweetheart and the only man she loves, Peter Shiloh Fernandez or stay and marry the man her parents find more financially acceptable, Henry Max Irons. Neither is a bad choice, mind you.
We got The Conjuring. We got the gleefully brutal Evil Dead remake. And Mama. And Oculus. Bloody hell, Oculus is good. But you know the great, horror film that no-one ever talks about? Sandra-Bullock-being-bothered-by-space drama Gravity.