Torn Hearts, a new country horror film

  • Torn Hearts debuted on streaming services last month.
  • Nashville-based horror giant Blumhouse TV produced the film Music Row.

A country music… horror movie? yes it is one thing

“Torn Hearts” – a 97-minute gory suspense flick from Epix and Hollywood horror factory Blumhouse – transports viewers to a fictional Nashville, where a duo of radiant women hoping to make a splash on Music Row breaks a leg up in an industry dominated by men spreading tales of back streets and beer drinking (sounds familiar, doesn’t it?).

The group – dubbed the Torn Hearts – consists of Jordan, a curly-haired songwriter who values ​​art over fame (she would total from East Nashville) and Leigh, the frontwoman with a piercing smile and superstar ambitions (Midtown all for her, right?).

In order to wriggle the band out of mid-sized local clubs, they try in the dark to enlist the help of Harper Dutch, a recluse-turned-star who once ruled the charts (and ’90s country haircuts) as half of the family duo The Dutchess -sisters. The duo takes a road trip through the back streets of Tennessee to surprise Dutch with their crumbling estate.

Spoiler alert: tension builds.

Torn Hearts arrived on the streaming services last month, garnering mostly positive reviews in horror circles and earning a certified freshness score of 89% on critic-aggregator and cinema tastemaker Rotten Tomatoes.

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