Teaser Trailer for Eduardo Sánchez's New Horror Thriller 'Lovely Molly'
"He's right behind you!" Its been 12 years since The Blair Witch Project thrilled audiences, now co-director Eduardo Sánchez is back with his newest film, a horror thriller called Lovely Molly that's making the rounds premiering at the Toronto Film Festival this month. The film stars Gretchen Lodge and Johnny Lewis as newlyweds who move into Molly's deceased father's house in the countryside. I was also recently given a viral kit with a photo (see it on BD) that links to a page on the official website. It looks like another creepy ghost story with a mix of found footage and conventional footage, so if you love horror, check it out.
Watch the first teaser trailer for Eduardo Sánchez's Lovely Molly, from YouTube:
Here's the synopsis from TIFF: A young newlywed woman is thrust into a supernatural nightmare of the unknown when she moves into her deceased father's house. Sounds interesting. Want more? Visit this site.
Lovely Molly is written and directed by Cuban filmmaker Eduardo Sánchez, who originally broke out as the co-director/co-creator of The Blair Witch Project, going on to direct a few films like Altered, Seventh Moon and ParaAbnormal over the last few years. Produced by Haxan Films & Amber Entertainment. The film just premiered at the Toronto Film Festival and is still currently seeking a US distributor. Visit: lovelymolly.com.