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Fearsome “Finger” Clip Teases Shudder’s ‘The Last Thing Mary Saw’

THE LAST THING MARY SAW, New York-based Italian filmmaker Edoardo Vitaletti,’s feature-length film debut will premiere exclusively on Shudder next Thursday, January 20. To whet our appetites, the AMC Networks premium horror-themed streaming service has dropped an exclusive “Finger” clip.

Written and directed by Vitaletti, and starring Rory Culkin (“Waco”, Scream 4), Stefanie Scott (Insidious: Chapter 3), and Isabelle Fuhrman (Orphan), The Last Thing Mary Saw is a unique period occult horror set in Southold, New York in 1843, that addresses the themes of faith, fear, and oppression:

The film commences with a Young Mary (Scott) blindfolded with blood trickling down her face. She is being interrogated about the events surrounding her grandmother’s death and her recollection of the events gradually sheds new light on the fact that greater forces may have been at work.

The Last Thing Mary Saw will be available on Shudder from 20th January 2022 and, until then, we’ll leave you with the aforementioned “finger” snippet.

The film is produced by Isen Robbins and Aimee Schoof of Intrinsic Value Films, Harrison Allen and Madeleine Schumacher of Arachnid Films, Stephen Tedeschi, and executive produced by Scoop Wasserstein.

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