Lovely Molly Trailer And Clip: Horror Film By Eduardo Sanchez

In the case of the horror film Lovely Molly, the phrase “the past comes back to haunt you” takes on a more literal meaning and judging by this trailer, haunt seems to be a bit of an understatement. The film, which is directed by Blair Witch Project co-director Eduardo Sanchez, premiered this weekend at TIFF and now the trailer, and an eery clip have made their way online.

Lovely Molly stars Gretchen Lodge, Johnny Lewis, and Alexandra Holden, and tells the story of a working-class woman who returns to her deceased father’s home with her new husband, in an effort to continue her recovery from drug addiction and start her new life. According to TIFF’s description:

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.

Below is the trailer, which shows some of the bizarre things Molly’s experiencing, which appear to be causing her to lose her mind: posted a viral clip from the film, which takes the creepiness even further, complete with singing and a behind-the-camera view as we witness some weird carving being uncovered.

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