Shudder Returns to the 1800s with ‘The Last Thing Mary Saw’ with ‘Orphan’ Star Isabelle Fuhrman [Trailer]

Shudder Returns to the 1800s with ‘The Last Thing Mary Saw’ with ‘Orphan’ Star Isabelle Fuhrman [Trailer]

In addition to the next Orphan: first murder prequel movie, Orphan Star Isabelle Fuhrman also appears in the period horror film The last thing Mary saw, set in the year 1843.

quiver acquired the film last year, and we learned that they will bring it exclusively to their streaming service on Thursday January 20. You can find the trailer below.

Fuhrman plays alongside Rory Culkin (Chaos Lords), Stefanie Scott (Insidious: Chapter 3) and Judith Robert (You were never really there).

Written and directed by Edoardo Vitaletti, “The last thing Mary saw begins in Southold, New York, 1843: young Mary (Stefanie Scott), blood streaming behind the blindfold tied around her eyes, is questioned about the events surrounding the death of her grandmother. As the story travels back in time, we see Mary, raised in a repressive religious home, find fleeting happiness in the arms of Eleanor (Isabelle Fuhrman), the maid. Her family, who believe they see, speak and act in the name of God, view the girls’ relationship as an abomination, to be dealt with as harshly as possible. The pair attempt to carry on in secret, but someone is always watching or listening, and the perceived wages of sin threatens to become death, the tension only heightened by the arrival of an enigmatic stranger (Rory Culkin) and the revelation of greater forces at work. »

Craig Engler, Managing Director of Shudder, said, “We are thrilled to bring Edoardo’s chilling and unique directorial debut to Shudder. Full of twists and turns that will keep viewers guessing until the very end and featuring an extremely talented cast and crew, The last thing Mary saw is a compelling story that we look forward to sharing with our members.

“It’s such an honor to join Shudder’s incredible lineup of films. For years, they’ve raised the bar for thought-provoking genre storytelling, and I’m thrilled to partner with them to release The last thing Mary saw, added writer-director Edoardo Vitaletti.

Elizabeth J. Harless