We all have demons to face.
The Inhabitant–a new horror pic that will launch at the upcoming Toronto Film Festival–is headed to theaters before Halloween, according to a report on Deadline.
Gravitas Ventures has scheduled the film for an Oct. 7 release in more than 100 domestic theaters, with Highland Film Group handling international sales.
The Inhabitant–from director Jerren Lauder (Stay Out of the Attic) and screenwriter Kevin Bachar (Shark Week)–stars Odessa A’zion (the Hellraiser reboot), Leslie Bibb (The Babysitter), Dermot Mulroney (Scream 6) and Lizze Broadway (The Lost Boys).
The feature follows Tara (A’zion), who is surviving high school, yet her father Ben (Mulroney) and mother Emily (Bibb) “seem strangely distant,” according to the synopsis. During a nearby spree of gruesome ax murders, Tara “has sightings of terrifying entities, forcing her to question her sanity and shocking ancestry.”
After visiting her aunt in an insane asylum and a night in Lizzie Borden’s actual home, Tara “realizes she is inextricably tied to the horrifying curse that has plagued her bloodline for almost a century. As victims pile up and the police close in, Tara is left with no choice but to face her own demons.”
The film’s producers include Leone Marucci and Petr Jakl, with Ara Keshishian, Martin J. Barab and Roy Scott Macfarland serving as executive producers.
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