Red Riding Hood

Red Riding Hood
Red Riding Hood

Year

2011

Duration

96 minutes

Genres

Horror, Science Fiction and Fantasy, Thriller

Language

English

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Synopsis

You might already be familiar with the Little Red Riding Hood fairy tale but the 2011 re-vamping of this classic nursery story has little in common with the original, save for a scarlet hood and a big, bad wolf. Directed by Catherine Hardwicke - who was also behind the phenomenally successful and equally dark Twilight movie - Red Riding Hood focuses on Valerie, who lives in a small village plagued by werewolf attacks. When the werewolf kills Valerie's sister, the people of the town seek revenge but end up just killing a normal wolf. Cue the entrance of werewolf hunter Father Soloman, who agrees to help the townspeople catch the real culprit, who, creepily, could be one of them.

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12 Classification

Contains moderate fantasy violence, horror and sex.

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