Teaser Trailer for Eduardo Sánchez's New Horror Thriller 'Lovely Molly'

September 13, 2011
Source: Deadline

Lovely Molly Teaser Trailer

"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:

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Armeetapus16 on Sep 13, 2011


Didn't they already kind of do this in Blair Witch:  Book Of Shadows?

tommyturner on Sep 14, 2011


Looks miserable.

Crapola on Sep 14, 2011


this is some softporn shit couldn't even get it to shit me bricks nor pop a woodie this film is super weak

Anonymous on Sep 14, 2011


is this movie something like the movie names "The Entity" where an invisible force abducts the women of the house constantly has anyone seen the movie entity, it is scary as hell and gripping music I feel this movie is some like that

Pcs_1982 on Sep 14, 2011


I liked the music. This trailer was 80% music and 15% editting. I've got a feeling this movie won't be anywhere as thrilling as the trailer. *Cough*Don'tbeafraidofthedark*cough* For the record, that math is spot on....

That 1 Guy.... on Sep 14, 2011


PS. Reminds me too much of High Tension, in a bad way....

That 1 Guy.... on Sep 14, 2011


were you a fan of HT? I was and I agree with you on your comment above - not sure this will be a hit if the trailer is anything to go by...

Verbal1781 on Sep 14, 2011


Yeah, I really liked HT up until the "Twist" ending. I saw it in theaters and it had me on the edge of my seat suspense-wise.

That 1 Guy.... on Sep 14, 2011


Alex - have you seen this? Do you recommend? I agree with 'That 1 Guy...' above that this may not be that great is the trailer is anything to go by....

Verbal1781 on Sep 14, 2011


No I haven't seen it yet unfortunately... There are some good reviews floating around from one of the early press screenings here at TIFF. It officially premieres at midnight tonight.

Alex Billington on Sep 14, 2011


So lets go over this. Green Night vision consumer video camera footage? Check. Way too close confessional shots at slightly upward angle of lead female's face? Check. A logo in the title that looks comprised of twigs and twine, much like the Blair Witch logo? Check. The woods? Check. Lots of screaming? Check. C'MON. HOW F*CKING EXPECTED.

Cris Mertens on Sep 14, 2011


I've seen the movie, "High Tension". Looks the same...

Anonymous on Sep 15, 2011


dumb da dumb dumb...

Anonymous on Sep 15, 2011


This is nothing... Have ya'll heard about the new BIGFOOT movie The Lost Coast tapes???Something about it here:

Anonymous on Oct 4, 2011

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