Eduardo Sanchez, the visionary who brought us the 1999 instant hit "The Blair Witch Project" (that was twelve years ago, people) has brought his talents back to the big screen at the Toronto International Film Festival with "Lovely Molly."
His latest horror film tells the story of one troubled young woman and the evil power that exists inside her. Alexandra Holden, perhaps best known for her recurring role on the series "Franklin & Bash," stars as the semi-possessed woman in question.
The trailer opens with the all-too telling question, "What if she becomes dangerous?" But don't hold that deadpan dialogue against it, because the remaining minute-plus only gets better as it rolls along. In "Blair Witch" fashion, there's a "home video camera" involved, and also a dash of "Paranormal Activity"-style "now you see it now you don't" shots.
Mix together, shake well and you've got one chilling horror film coming right up.
But don't take our word for it. Check it out for yourself, courtesy of Indie Wire, and see if Sanchez has gotten better with age.