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Netflix Instant Watch: "Mum & Dad" (2008)

Polish immigrant Lena accepts a ride with her cheerful co-worker Birdie, only to find herself knocked unconscious and imprisoned by a deranged family of murderers. Now Lena must find a way to appease the demented clan or suffer an agonizing death. This is a sick and twisted little gem that just recently became available on instant watch and is definitely worth a watch. Acting, set design and sound direction are all top notch in this oddly different slasher flick.

Steven Sheil Talks "Mum & Dad"

Landing this week on US shores, Steven Sheil's "Mum & Dad", the latest dark horror film to come out of Europe. He sat down with us recently to talk about the film and its controversial subject matter, and here's what happened.

I think that there’s a lot of talk in the UK about family and parenting and a lot of worries about ‘Broken Britain’ – this idea that society is collapsing.

Are you a big horror fan? What films would you say influenced it the most?

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If you follow the foreign horror scene, you've probably heard of Steven Sheil's feature "Mum & Dad". It's the latest UK sickie to hit US shores, and our writer Todd recently chimed in with his own thoughts.

If nothing else, it proves that British productions are on the forefront of the genre, tackling themes and scenarios that other countries wouldn’t dare touch. “Mum & Dad” definitely pushes this type of subgenre in an exciting new direction.

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