Trailer: Pollyanna McIntosh Returns in Sequel to The Woman, Titled Darlin’
The film was also written and directed by The Walking Dead actress herself.
By Chris Morse
Actress Pollyanna McIntosh is a face we have seen around plenty lately, especially from her recurring role in AMC’s The Walking Dead. Back in 2009 and 2011, she starred in Offspring and The Woman, a pair of horror flicks following a cannibalistic tribe and its feral last surviving member. Now, the actress herself has written and directed a sequel to those movies, titled Darlin’. Give the official trailer a watch above.
The film follows a feral teenager who is found at a hospital and indoctrinated into strict religious care by a Bishop and his obedient nuns. However, the wild woman who raised her is not far behind and proves ready to unleash the mother of all hells on those who took her daughter.
Darlin’ is written and directed by Pollyanna McIntosh, who also stars alongside Lauryn Canny (Amber), Bryan Batt (Mad Men, 12 Years a Slave), Nora-Jane Noone (The Descent), and Cooper Andrews (The Walking Dead). The film be released in theaters and on VOD July 12th, 2019.
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