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Trailers and Clips for those Stuck with the ‘Inner Demon’

Terror Films is one of the brightest prospects the genre has right now. They’re eager to give the people good film, and they’re clearly happy to go out of their way to find the absolute best of the indie market. That’s commendable, and Inner Demon, the company’s latest feature (arriving on digital platforms on Friday, April 21) certainly appears to be another highly spirited affair.

You can take a look at the trailer, which we’ve got below.

And while you’re at it take a peek at two new clips from the film.

Exclusive Clip (“Knock Knock Knock”):

Exclusive Clip (“Good Girl”):

Here’s the scoop from the official press release:

Ursula Dabrowsky’s INNER DEMON tells the tale of teenager Sam (Sarah Jeavons) who manages to escape with her young sister from a deranged serial killer couple (Kerry Anne Reid and Andreas Sobick). Unfortunately, a cabin in the woods, that she hoped would be a safe house, turns out to be even more harrowing and dangerous than her initial entrapment by her captors.

Shot in Australia, Dabrowsky chose the perfect setting in the city of Adelaide where a real-life string of serial killers and demented murders earned it the nickname “the murder capital of Australia.” She also proves, with this disturbingly crafted indie film, that dark and twisted thoughts can flow as eloquently from the minds of female filmmakers, too.

Distributed by Terror Films, INNER DEMON played at A Night of Horror International Film Festival winning “Best Australian Feature”, “Best Australian Director” for Ursula Dabrowsky and “Best Female Performance” for Sarah Jeavons.

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Author of Say No to Drugs, writer for Blumhouse, Dread Central, Horror Novel Reviews and Addicted to Horror Movies.

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