Horror movie ‘The Accursed’ hits theaters this fall

For horror fans, the Halloween season is still upon us – with new spooky stories to refresh your spine.

This fall, Screen Media will bring the Damn to theaters (and homes on VOD), according to a report on Deadline. The possession horror movie, currently in post-production, doesn’t have a set start date just yet, so stay tuned.

the Damn–from director Kevin Lewis (Willy’s Wonderland) and screenwriter Rob Kennedy (the Light bearer)–stars Mena Suvari (American Horror Story), Sarah Gray (To be able to Rangers), Meg Foster (They inhabit), Alexis Knapp (Ground Perfect) and Sarah Dumont (Pathfinders To guide at the Zombie apocalypse).

The film, produced by Marcus Englefield and George Lee, follows Elly (Grey), a young woman who returns home after her mother’s suicide. Haunted by terrifying visions of her mother, she accepts an offer from Alma (Suvari) to care for the comatose Mrs. Ambrose (Foster) in her remote cabin.

But Elly “soon faces Mary Lynn (Knapp), a witch hunter who wants to lift the demonic curse that has plagued her family for generations,” according to the official synopsis. Elly then discovers that Mrs. Ambrose has “a history in the black arts, as well as a mysterious connection to her mother”.

As Elly tries to uncover the truth with her friend Beth (Dumont), “it becomes all too clear that she was lured into the cabin under false pretences.”

Keep reading Horror News Network for more updates on the Damn.