‘Skinamarink’ – Kyle Edward Ball’s critically acclaimed horror & ‘the most sinister story put to film in a long time’ gets home ent. release this July

‘Easily the most sinister and downright malevolent story put to film in a long time’


‘An unsettling Rorschach test with a haunting ending that will settle in the pit of your stomach like a stone’

‘Skinamarink’s legacy is in its power to linger long after you finish… an important addition to the horror genre’s modern renaissance’


‘Brilliantly evokes the feeling of your childhood where you thought there were things that go bump in the night’
Digital Spy

Watch if you dare… Skinamarink is coming to get you on Blu-ray, DVD and digital this summer.

This Shudder Original from writer-director Kyle Edward Ball – in his feature debut – has been striking fear into the hearts of horror fans and critics galore with its scare-inducing style that creeps up and hits you when you least expect it. Now this acclaimed chiller is set to bring the terror once more with Acorn Media’s home entertainment release on 3 July 2023.

When two siblings wake up in the middle of the night, their father is nowhere to be found and the windows and doors in their home have vanished…

Fuelled by fear and anxiety, the pair take matters into their own hands… With pillows and blankets in hand, they build a den in the living room and watch old videotapes of their favourite cartoons to distract from the scary situation, as they hope and pray that a grown-up will come and save them.

But it soon becomes clear that there’s something else there… something beyond their wildest imagination is watching over them. What is it, what does it want and can they survive this unimaginable nightmare?

Beware the things that go bump in the night, it’s not what you think, it’s Skinamarink, a wickedly creepy scare fest.

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