Film distributor Devilworks is reading three new horror films for release sometime in 2019. Today they unveiled the trailers for each. Here’s what’s coming your way, starting with DEMON EYE:
The film stars Darren Day (The Krays: Dead Man Walking) and Ellie Goffe (Suffragettes, Gun Shy) about a young woman, who returns to her father’s country house in the Moors, following his mysterious death and finds a cursed amulet, connected to local witchcraft. She discovers the amulet has dark powers and will grant you your greatest wish, but in return, she unlocks two deadly demons, who haunt her.
Next is BLOOD BAGS, directed by Emiliano Ranzani and starring Makenna Guyler (The Barge People, David and Goliath):
A creature stalks the corridors of an abandoned mansion. Two friends break in and discover that all exits have been sealed off and the creature that hunts them is growing hungry for their blood; there is no escape.
Finally, THIS WEEKEND WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE. While that would be nice, we’re not addressing you….we’re printing the name of an upcoming British thriller starring David Bamber (Peterloo, Valkyrie, Miss Potter), James Utechin (Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix) and Kate Sissons (Vampire Diary, Pimp).
A group of misfits head to a therapy retreat in the back country, hoping to develop self awareness; however waiting for them is a manipulative leader, who targets the damaged and vulnerable, creating a toxic atmosphere, which leads to crime and murder.
Watch for all three of these movies to show up on home video formats in 2019, courtesy of Devilworks.
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