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When Evil Lurks (2023, Not Rated, 1h 39m)

Director and writer: Demián Rugna

Stars:Ezequiel Rodríguez, Demián Salomón, Silvina Sabater

When brothers Pedro (Ezequiel Rodríguez) and Jimmy (Demián Salomón) discover that a demonic infection has been festering in a nearby farmhouse - its very proximity poisoning the local livestock - they attempt to evict the victim from their land. Failing to adhere to the proper rites of exorcism, their reckless actions inadvertently trigger an epidemic of possessions across their rural community. Now they must outrun an encroaching evil as it corrupts and mutilates everyone it is exposed to, and enlist the aid of a wizened "cleaner," who holds the only tools that can stop this supernatural plague.

  • "A wildly original take on the possession film, When Evil Lurks is a shocking supernatural thriller from Argentine master of horror, writer-director Demián Rugna" - Terrified
  • "A possession thriller unlike any that you've likely seen before... It's one of the boldest, most viscerally intense, and unpredictable horror movies of the year." - Inverse
  • "It's breathlessly paced, sprints through a fleet 99 minutes and will give your nerves a big workout." - San Jose Mercury News
  • "What makes Demián Rugna's film so effective is not the gore or the idea of a demonic contagion - it's the way that the weaknesses of human nature, on both a personal and a systemic level, make stopping the corruption almost impossible once it appears." - New York Magazine / Vulutre