Watch Miss Fisher and the Crypt of Tears (2020) on Acorn Now!

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After a long wait, it’s finally here — the feature-length film of Miss Fisher and the Crypt of Tears (2020), where everyone’s favorite 1920s lady detective bursts out of the hourly TV format for 101 minutes of big-budget, on-location action and adventure! The movie premiered in Australia and limited screenings have occurred in the U.S., but some have or are being canceled due to pandemic restrictions. However, Acorn TV is the exclusive online home of this film starting today, March 23.

So whether you’re social distancing or the flick was never gonna show in your town, you can sign up at acorn.tv right now and you can get a free 30-day trial with the code FREE30. The usual free trial is only 7 days, and I have no idea how long this special deal lasts, so jump on it!

Do you want to read all of this review (with nearly 2,000 words and over 25 images) just about the costumes in Miss Fisher and the Crypt of Tears (2020)The full post is available on Patreon for our subscribers! Check it out here. We’ll make this post available to everyone one year from today. Until then, only Patreon subscribers can view it!

Patreon-only post. Miss Fisher & the Crypt of Tears (2020). Photo courtesy of Every Cloud Productions and all3media International.

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Trystan L. Bass

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A self-described ElderGoth, Trystan has been haunting the internet since the early 1990s. Always passionate about costume, from everyday office wear to outrageous twisted historical creations, she has maintained some of the earliest online costuming-focused resources on the web. Her costuming adventures are chronicled on her website, TrystanCraft. She also ran a popular fashion blog, This Is CorpGoth, dedicated to her “office drag.”

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