The Exorcists trailer: Doug Bradley takes on demonic forces in new The Asylum release

The Exorcists trailer: The Asylum will be releasing supernatural horror film starring Hellraiser’s Doug Bradley later this month

The folks at The Asylum are the masters of the mockbuster – those being lower budget movies that are made and released around the same time as bigger budget studio movies with similar titles and concepts. Some of their previous films include Snakes on a Train, Transmorphers, Almighty Thor, Battle Star Wars, Top Gunner, Jurassic Domination, and The Little Mermaid. It’s pretty easy to figure out what each one of those was trying to cash in on. Now, with a new Exorcist sequel (The Exorcist: Believer) set to reach theatres on October 6th, The Asylum has announced that they will be releasing a movie called The Exorcists on September 29th – and a trailer for the film can be seen in the embed above!

The Exorcists will be receiving both a digital release and a limited theatrical release. According to our friends at Bloody Disgusting, the movie will be showing at the following theatres from September 29th through October 5th:

Laemmle Monica – Los Angeles, CA
Hickory Ridge Cinemas – Cleveland, OH
Trylon Cinema – Minneapolis, MN
O Cinema South Beach – Miami, FL
Aurora Cineplex – Atlanta, GA

Written and directed by Jose Prendes, whose previous credits include Corpses Are Forever, The Haunting of Whaley House, Unspeakable Horrors: The Plan 9 Conspiracy, and Headless Horseman, The Exorcists has the following synopsis: When his child is possessed by an unrelenting evil, a father hires three expert exorcists to purge the demon and save his family. But this demon is merely the gatekeeper to a true hellion that will be unleashed on earth if the trio of exorcists fail.

Genre icon Doug Bradley, who played Pinhead in Hellraiser and many of its sequels, stars in the film alongside Michelle Bauer (Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama), Kate Hodge (Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre III), Kayla Fields (Who Is Killing the Cheerleaders?), Denise Duff (the Subspecies sequels), Robert Donavan (Art of the Dead), and Victor Maraña (Accident, Suicide or Murder).

What did you think of the trailer for The Exorcists? Will you be watching this movie on digital or on the big screen? Let us know by leaving a comment below.

The Exorcists

Source: Bloody Disgusting

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