• Watch out for Mama

    When little sisters Victoria and Lily are discovered after five long years abandoned in the woods, the authorities are baffled by how they managed to survive by themselves.

    But when their uncle and his girlfriend welcome the girls into their lives, it quickly becomes clear that they were never really left alone in the wild. Something was lurking there with them and it’s followed them to their new home.

    With thrills, chills and all that’s necessary to creep you out, this supernatural thriller will have you gripped with a fascinating storyline, powerhouse performances and enough scares to give you a few sleepless nights.

    Presented by Guillermo del Toro, the creator of Pan’s Labyrinth, and starring actress of the moment, Academy Award® nominee Jessica Chastain, you can watch it first with Sky Rewards.

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    Mama

    About the movie

    In much anticipated horror, Mama (Cert 15), you’ll finally understand the true meaning of the saying ‘a mother’s love never dies’.

     

    Guillermo del Toro, director of Pan’s Labyrinth presents Mama, the eerie tale of two little girls who disappeared into the woods the day that their mother was murdered by their father.

     

    Years later, when they're finally discovered living alone in the wild, their uncle Lucas (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Headhunters) and his girlfriend Annabel (Jessica Chastain, Zero Dark Thirty, Lawless) take them in to give them a normal life.

     

    But something clearly isn’t right and as the girls’ odd behaviour gets more and more erratic, it becomes clear that something happened in the woods far more sinister than anyone could have ever imagined.

     

    Mama (Cert 15) will be showing in cinemas nationwide from 22 February 2013.