A new take on an exorcism gone bad is headed to Shudder.
Night’s End–a new supernatural horror flick–will start streaming on Shudder March 31, and a trailer arrived this week to give fans a sneak peek. Check out the video–courtesy of JoBlo.com–on this page.
The thriller–directed by Jennifer Reeder (Knives and Skin) from a screenplay by Brett Neveu (The Earl)–sports a brief, but descriptive, logline. The movie deals with an “anxious shut-in” who moves into “a haunted apartment and hires a stranger to perform an exorcism–which quickly takes a horrific turn.”
The cast includes Felonious Munk (For Life), Michael Shannon (Man of Steel), Geno Walker (South Side), Kate Arrington (Mare of Easttown), Lawrence Grimm (Chicago Med), Daniel Kyri (Chicago Fire), Theo Germaine (The Politician) and Morgan Reesh (Blood Below the Skin).
Shudder general manager Craig Engler called Reeder an “exciting and bold filmmaker,” adding that Night’s End is “eerie, but human” and “sharply written.”
Reeder–who has made two Shudder films now–said the experience “feels like a dream, although both films play out more like nightmares. Throughout the process of making these films, I have felt supported and my creative vision protected and amplified.”
Keep reading Horror News Network for any updates on Night’s End on Shudder.