Exclusive Pics: Etheria 2015 Headliner, Australian Horror Feature “INNER DEMON”Movies/TV,News Heidi Honeycutt
“You Don’t Have To Die To Go To Hell”
The second film in Ursula Dabrowsky’s DEMONS Trilogy, INNER DEMON, will have its North American Premiere at the 2015 Etheria Film Night showcase in Los Angeles, California on June 13. American horror fans will be shaken and thrilled by the latest fantastic horror film from Down Under with the director in person.
INNER DEMON tells the nightmarish tale of Sam, who is abducted by a serial killer couple. Sam manages to escape and find refuge in an isolated house only to discover that it is home to greater terrors and a malevolent spirit. Hiding in a cupboard, bleeding to death, and waiting for her chance to escape, Sam is propelled into a struggle for survival; one that will push her to the limits not only physically and emotionally, but spiritually.
“I’m thrilled my Aussie horror film was selected to screen at Etheria Film Night and I can’t wait to terrify an American audience with my Inner Demon,” says Dabrowsky. “I’ve heard amazing things about the festival and I’m looking forward to meeting like-minded people who are as crazy passionate about the horror genre as I am.”
“The film is brimming with tension and scenes of profound physical and mental agony,” says Etheria programmer Heidi Honeycutt. “It’s literally awesome, and exactly the kind of intense horror film directed by a woman that we want our Etheria audience to experience.”
Etheria Film Night takes place on June 13th, 2015 at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood, California. Details can be found at www.etheriafilmnight.com. At the 2014 A Night of Horror International Film Festival in Sydney, INNER DEMON won three awards: Best Australian Film, Best Australian Director, and Best Female Performance for newcomer Sarah Jeavons.
In 2009, Ursula Dabrowsky astonished fans with the first installment in the trilogy, the supernatural horror feature FAMILY DEMONS. The third film (currently in development) is THE DEVIL’S WORK. While not linked via narrative, every film in the DEMONS trilogy is linked thematically, focusing on family dynamics. They also all have a vulnerable main female character in her teens who is physically trapped in a space, or figuratively trapped within a psychological space, and is battling with a “monster”, either real or a figment of her imagination. You can find out more about the films at the director’s official website: www.ursuladabrowsky.com.
Enjoy these exclusive, never-before-seen photos from INNER DEMON below to get a glimpse of the visceral experience it will be for Etheria audiences.