Evil Dead style horror film Bornless Ones set for February release

Last Updated on July 31, 2021

Alexander Babaev Bornless Ones

Director Alexander Babaev’s BORNLESS ONES is a film we first caught wind of at the start of November, when it was announced that it would be showing at the A Night of Horror International Film Festival just outside of Sydney, Australia. If you live in the United States and were intrigued by the quote given by the festival runners that “Fans of EVIL DEAD will eagerly devour this atmospheric and demon-filled fright-fest” but weren’t able to make it to A Night of Horror, don’t be discouraged. You’ll get another chance to see the movie in a little over a month, thanks to Uncork’d Entertainment.

Uncork’d will be releasing BORNLESS ONES on VOD and in theatres on February 10, 2017.

The synopsis of this EVIL DEAD-esque tale is as follows:

Having just moved to a remote home near an institution to better care for her brother Zach, Emily invites a few friends over to help her unpack. They soon discover strange symbols etched into the boards on the windows. In an effort to clean the house they clear them away, soon realizing the gravity of their mistake as they one by one become possessed by an evil force.

Margaret Judson, Devin Goodsell, Michael Johnston, Mark Furze, Bobby T, and David Banks star.

Our friends over at Bloody-Disgusting got the official first look at the BORNLESS ONES trailer, which you can check out below. As an EVIL DEAD fan, I will always give any “possessed people trapped in a location” movie a chance in hopes that it will be able to capture some of that gory EVIL DEAD charm. It may be lacking Bruce Campbell as Ash, but BORNLESS ONES looks like it has the potential to be a good time.

Source: B-D

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