Check out our exclusive clip from “The Girl Without Hands” below, and check out our exclusive alternate posters in the gallery above.
In the cluttered zombie fiction market, it stands out like a living creature among reanimated corpses.” —The Financial Times “…reminiscent of the paragon of the genre, George Romero’s 1968 film Night of the Living Dead…Ryan’s vision is bleak but not overly gory; her entry in the zombie canon stands out for how well she integrates romance with flesh-eating.” —Booklist “The Forest of Hands and Teeth starts strong and never lets up….
Ryan’s choice to place her novel in the wilderness is inspired…
The Brothers Grimm loved nothing more than a horrifying, gruesome, decidedly older-skewing fairy tale.
While their classic stories have often been sanitized for wider audiences, it appears as if GKIDS’ upcoming feature film “The Girl Without Hands” is holding on to at least a few of the more terrifying details of the original story that has inspired the animated offering.
There is a hopeful Pentax customer base out there, many of them still drooling over fine but ancient Pentax MF and AF lenses built in the 70s, 80s, and 90s.