Martyrs Lane’s trailer looks like a really well executed ghost story. It does a nice job of creating a supernatural mystery with plenty of spooky pieces. It also, manages to do all those things that classic, well-done ghost stories do, which is to attach itself to two points in time and throw in a spooky ghost child for good effect.
The synopsis for Martyrs Lane goes like this:
In this unsettling ghost story, Leah, 10, lives in a large, old house with her family but can’t quite work out why her mother seems so distant. At night she is visited by a mysterious guest, who might be able to give her some answers. With a new challenge every night, Leah is rewarded with bits of knowledge that, when pieced together, threaten to shine a dangerous light on both the truth in her nightmares and of the world she lives in.
Martyrs Lane looks like a spooky time and will fit nicely into Shudder’s library. If you haven’t seen Caveat yet, you definetly should give it a look. It’s a tremendously, terrifying ride and one of my favorite Shudder titles.
Martyrs Lane arrives on Shudder beginning Sept. 9.
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