Late last night Netflix premiered Blumhouse’s Mercy Black, from writer-director Owen Egerton, the same director behind Blood Feast.
In the film, “15 years after stabbing a classmate to conjure an imaginary phantom known as Mercy Black, Marina Hess is coming home. She’s being released from psychiatric care to live with her sister and young nephew. But in the years since her crime, the myth of Mercy Black has gone viral inspiring internet rumors, stories, and even copycat crimes. Marina is haunted by what she has done and the phantom she imagined. Though she would rather leave the past buried, her nephew becomes increasingly obsessed with Mercy Black. To save him, Marina must face her past and uncover the truth behind Mercy Black. What she discovers is a very real and very deadly horror that will stop at nothing to claim her and her nephew.”
Daniella Pineda, Janeane Garofalo, and Elle LaMont star alongside “Walking Dead” actor Austin Amelio in Mercy Black, now streaming on Netflix.