You’ll be ‘Sorry Charlie’ to miss this terrifying horror inspired by true events – UK premiere 27 May

‘One of the best horror movies of 2023’
Lionel Ray Green

Inspired by true events comes Sorry Charlie, an unapologetically terrifying horror from director Colton Tran (The Bell Keeper, The Sex Lives of College Girls). The film is set for its UK premiere on 27 May from Miracle Media.

Kathleen Kenny (African Giants) gives a standout performance as a survivor of a brutal attack by a violent serial murderer and rapist labelled ‘The Gentleman’ who lures unsuspecting women from their homes with a recording of a crying baby.

Following the devastating assault, helpline volunteer Charlie (Kenny) now lives a reclusive life, having cut herself off from her family and friends, haunted by the trauma.

Despite her attacker supposedly arrested and behind bars, Charlie can’t shake the feeling that she’s not alone. Isolated and afraid, her paranoia grows. Is there someone stalking her, or is it all in her head?

With an enthralling lead performance and plenty of twists and turns, this eerie and unsettling chiller will have audiences gripped.

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