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Late last week, we shared some posters and behind-the-scenes images for Chris Sun's upcoming horror film, The Possessed. Now, the first trailer has been released. Check it out below!

The terrifying film, which is based on actual events is directed by Chris Sun and stars Lincoln Lewis, Angie Kent, Lauren Grimson, Melissa Tkautz, Simone Buchanan, Jade Kevin Foster, as well as John Jarratt, the actor who portrayed the infamous Mick Taylor in the Wolf Creek franchise.

The trailer sees JOHN JARRATT as you have never seen him, a terrified LAUREN GRIMSON hiding from the wrath of unspeakable evil, as well as a sneak peek look at CHRIS SUN’s trademark practical effects in all their bloody glory.

THE POSSESSED is an intense horror that follows Jacob Chandler (JOHN JARRATT) who is just an ordinary man with an extraordinary gift. Jacob is an accidental exorcist and together with his nephew Liam (LINCOLN LEWIS), they have forged a career clearing demons from the bodies of their clients. Of late, something has changed and demonic possessions are on the rise, and in order to keep those he loves safe from the wrath of unspeakable evil, Jacob must fight for them to survive.

When meeting Liam’s new girlfriend, Atalie Carlisle (LAUREN GRIMSON), he recognizes something in her dark, broken gaze - she too can see the damned. Jacob never expected to meet anyone else like himself, nor did he anticipate needing her help. When summoned to a hauntingly beautiful homestead with a tragic past, Jacob must call upon all his experience and Atalie’s untrained powers, to uncover the layers of demonic deception at play. Death is here, and it will do anything to be free.

THE POSSESSED is written and directed by Chris Sun (Boar, Charlie’s Farm, Daddy’s Little Girl and Come and Get Me) and produced by Christine Hulsby, Sue Baldwin, Danny Baldwin, Mitchell Clough, and Chris Sun.

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He's the puppet master. You don't see him, but he pulls the strings that gets things done. He's the silent partner. He's black ops. If you notice his presence, it's the last thing you'll notice — because now you're dead. He's the shadow you thought you saw in that dark alleyway. You can have a conversation with him, and when you turn around to offer him a cup of coffee, he's already gone.
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