"The third-gen tape dub scramble and legitimately good kid actors make this seem more realistic than any 'recreation' could ever hope to be."
Written by producer Meg Shanks (who also owned the school that supplied the movie’s child actors), SUFFER, LITTLE CHILDREN is one of the most unforgettable and immersive shot-on-video horror movies in existence. Combining exploitive “true crime” elements with a hallucinatory aesthetic, the movie purports to be a "recreation" of supernatural events that took place in August, 1984 at an orphanage in Surrey, England. Whether or not these events are true is a moot point. Banned during the UK’s Video Nasty witch hunt and previously only available via VHS bootlegs, SUFFER, LITTLE CHILDREN is a true bludgeon to the brain -- now fully uncut and uncensored for the first time ever.