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Hey, remember “The Blair Witch Project”? That film about a bunch of kids who go on a tour in the woods where nothing happens for like forever and then finally something happens and the movie is over? Yeah, that movie. Well, one of the film’s co-directors, Eduardo Sanchez, is back with a new horror movie called “Lovely Molly”, and don’t worry, while the film seems to have some elements of cinema verite to it, and there are some POV shots through a camcorder, it’s not another completely shitty, cheaply made Found Footage flick starring a bunch of community theater actors. The teaser trailer, poster, and a lengthy viral clip below.
Newlyweds Molly (Gretchen Lodge) and Tim (Johnny Lewis) move into Molly’s deceased father’s house in the countryside. An ex-addict with a deeply troubled past, Molly is strong in her new life of recovery. Unexplained disturbances in the night unnerve the couple, and when her husband goes away for business, Molly is left in a house that holds many painful memories. Her isolation is soon shattered by a malicious presence that unleashes a physical and mental assault. As she struggles to regain footing in her simple existence, Molly’s grip on reality begins to waver. Her erratic behaviour is a warning sign to her friends and family, whose interventions drive her further into solitary torment and spur a deep, dark infidelity within her.
The film stars Johnny Lewis, Gretchen Lodge, Alexandra Holden and Ken Arnold.
Via : Bloody Disgusting