This is one demon house that really needs deliverance.
The Deliverance–a new Netflix horror film (previously entitled Demon House)–this week inked several more cast members, according to a report on Deadline.
The film–based on real-life supernatural events–added Omar Epps (Traffik), Demi Singleton (Godfather of Harlem), Miss Lawrence (Empire) and Anthony B. Jenkins (Chicago Med) to the previously announced Glenn Close, Andra Day, Mo’Nique, Aunjanue Ellis, Caleb McLaughlin and Tasha Smith.
The Deliverance--directed by Lee Daniels (Precious) from a screenplay he wrote with David Coggeshall, Elijah Bynum and Thomas Westfall–draws from the widely covered case of Latoya Ammons and her three children, who experienced strange incidents in their Gary, Ind. home–incidents that included the children levitating, becoming violent and speaking in growls and deep voices.
The film is being produced by Daniels, Tucker Tooley, Pam Williams, Todd Crites and Jackson Nguyen. Executive producers on the project include Greg Renker, Hilary Shor, Gregoire Gensollen and Jackie Shenoo.
Keep reading Horror News Network for the latest on The Deliverance.