The most innovative, intelligent, and visually sumptuous horror film of recent years. Not a traditional werewolf movie, this film explores the psychosexual undercurrents of the classic "Little Red Riding Hood" fairy tale.
Taking place almost entirely in the troubled dreams of 13-year-old Rosaleen (Sarah Patterson), the film takes the viewer deep into the archetypal, erotically charged realm of fairy stories. Rosaleen and her parents (David Warner and Tusse Silberg) live in a small village on the outskirts of a
dark, forbidding forest. The girl's grandmother (Angela Lansbury) comes to visit and fills the young girl's head with cautionary tales about men who turn...