A Paris Films released the new dubbed trailer for the acclaimed demonic possession horror ‘The Evil That Inhabits Us‘ (When Evil Lurks), which achieved impressive 98% approval rating from critics on Rotten Tomatoes.
Review | The Evil That Dwells Us – Horror about demonic possession is RAZING and will disturb you
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The film will be released in national cinemas on February 1st.
In the plot, two brothers find a mutilated corpse near their property and meet with local residents to investigate the incident. Soon, they discover that the strange events in the region are being caused by a spirit that entered a man who was awaiting the necessary procedures to rid his body of a festering demon…
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We have separated excerpts from the main criticisms:
“A completely different demonic possession film than we’ve seen before. It is one of the most daring, intense, visceral and unpredictable productions of the year.” (Inverse)
“The film directed by Demián Rugna does not spare anyone from the cruelties of this world.” (Slant Magazine)
“Demián Rugna approaches demonic possession in an extremely sinister way. He is interested in only two things: suffering and dubious advice in the fight against Satan.” (Los Angeles Times)
“’When Evil Lurks’ is inspiring and immersive, carefully crafted visually, and most importantly, it’s completely insane.” (Decide)
“This horror is like a mix between zombie films and demonic possession, but it results in something completely unexpected within these two subgenres.” (Common Sense Media)
“For viewers who were disappointed by the reboot of ‘The Exorcist,’ there may be some compensation in this thematically adjacent tale from Argentine director Demián Rugna.” (48 Hills)
“The film directed by Demián Rugna was consciously constructed to shake viewers and leave them with nothing to hold on to but palpable misery.” (In Their Own League)
Review | When Evil Lurks – Horror about demonic possession is RAZING and will disturb you
Demián Rugna (‘Terrorized’) is responsible for the direction.
The cast has Ezequiel Rodriguez, Demián Salomon, Luis Ziembrowski, Silvia Sabater It is Marcelo Michinaux.