We have three new horror posters to share with you tonight, and all three of them are actually very creepy indeed. The Annabelle poster is the most unsettling of the bunch, while the Inner Demons poster is pretty intense, and the Mockingbird poster is extremely menacing.
James Wan’s regular cinematographer John R. Leonetti is directing Annabelle, Peter Safran and “The Conjuring” director James Wan are producing. Gary Dauberman wrote the script.
Annabelle Wallis (Peaky Blinders) and Ward Horton star as The Forms. Alfre Woodard stars as Evelyn, a neighbour who owns a bookstore and is familiar with the occult. Rounding out the cast are Kerry O’Malley and Brian Howe as neighbours Sharon and Pete Higgins; Tony Amendola as Father Perez; and Eric Ladin as Detective Clarkin.
The film haunts UK cinemas from 10th October.
John Form has found the perfect gift for his expectant wife, Mia – a beautiful, rare vintage doll in a pure white wedding dress. But Mia’s delight with Annabelle doesn’t last long. On one horrific night, their home is invaded by members of a satanic cult, who violently attack the couple. Spilled blood and terror are not all they leave behind. The cultists have conjured an entity so malevolent that nothing they did will compare to the sinister conduit to the damned that is now… Annabelle.
Inner Demons is directed by Seth Grossman, and written by Glenn Gers. The cast includes Leslie Coutterand, Susan Ateh, Kate Whitney, William Thomas Jones and Sewell Whitney.
When the teenage daughter of a religious family transforms from A-student into heroin addict, her parents agree to allow a reality TV crew to stage an intervention and tape her recovery. What they don’t know is that she has been taking drugs to deal with the unnatural, evil feelings growing inside her. When she agrees to rehab, with no drugs to suppress what’s inside, the demon emerges.
A suspenseful and clever reinvention of both the found-footage and possession genres, Inner Demons expertly plays on our culture’s love of reality television. Director Seth Grossman, who worked as a producer on “Intervention,” deftly guides the audience down a path where addiction is just a temporary cure for something much more evil.
Written and directed by Bryan Bertino (The Strangers), Mockingbird’s cast includes Todd Stashwick, Audrey Marie Anderson, and Alexa Lydon.
The found footage horror centres on what happens when “three cameras are given to three separate households on the same night with instructions to keep filming if they want to live, but as the night wears on, the characters are pulled into a deadly confrontation with each other at the behest of their unseen tormentor.