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Syfy's website and the teaser trailer that debuted today have different names for this film, but for now we'll stick with Gretl: Witch Hunter. Look for it on Saturday, February 25th, at 9/8c.
Twenty years after his encounter with the witch, a grown-up Hansel returns to the haunted forest, seeking revenge. But there's a surprise waiting - his sister Gretel (whom he thought had been killed) is the witch's protégé.
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- The Woman In Black
The press release below emphasizes the fairy tale double feature, but here in the TV Department of SciFi Mafia, we are over the moon about the Mark Sheppard-directed and -starring Jules Verne’s Mysterious Island, premiering a week from Saturday. Mr. Sheppard has been in just about every favorite sci-fi tv show since the X-Files in 1993. We’ll have more about the movie next week, including an interview with Mr. Sheppard and his co-star, and a review of the movie.
And oh yeah, they’re having a fairy tale double feature two weeks later! Here’s the press release:
January 30, 2012
- Erin Willard
Tired of seeing New York and Los Angeles get destroyed on film? Wish disaster movies could find a different metropolis to reduce to rubble? This weekend’s Swamp Volcano unleashes a lava storm on Miami. And then a month from now you can take a double-dip trip to the black forest of fairy tales in two back-to-back Syfy original premieres: Black Forest and Gretl: Witch Hunter.
Hollywood’s renewed fascination with fractured takes on classic fairy tales sure came out of nowhere, didn’t it? Now it’s everywhere on big and small screens. February 25th will see Syfy getting in on the craze with a pair of unhappily ever afters making their world premieres as part of a Saturday night double feature.
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3 items from 2012
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