Out now on Digital, is Scottish based indie horror thriller Mercy Falls, which stars Layla Kirke, Lauren Lyle, Nicolette McKeown, and Eoin Sweeney.
It has been described as a ‘Scottish Predator’ (Dom On Film) and sees a group of friends’ trip in the Scottish Highlands turn into a nightmare when an accident leads to suspicion, bloody betrayal and brutal murder…
Multi-layered wilderness mystery Mercy Falls captivated my attention as did the discussion I had with insightful director, Ryan Hendrick.
I reviewed the film for it’s cinema release and I described the film as ‘A skilful ambitious tale of treachery and vicious survival’. After you watch my interview you can read my review via the link below
Watch the film first as some spoilers are eluded to with our chat.
Related Post – Film Review: Mercy Falls (2023)
This tense and terrifying psychological thriller follows a tight-knit group of friends – Rhona (Lauren Lyle), Heather (Layla Kirk – Two Doors Down), Scott (James Watterson – Kirk), Donnie (Joe Rising – Casualty) and Andy (Eoin Sweeney) – who arrive in the Scottish Highlands in search of a long-lost family cabin… but their trip turns into a nightmare when a fatal accident leads to suspicion, bloody betrayal and brutal murder.
As they travel deeper into the wilderness their journey takes an unexpected turn when the group pick up hitchhiker Carla (Nicolette McKeown – Convergence) and bring her along for the ride… but it quickly becomes apparent that things aren’t quite what they seem…
Mercy Falls is available now on Digital format courtesy of Bingo Films.
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