The Banishing (2020)

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The Banishing (2020)

Post by Krappy » Fri Mar 12, 2021 2:02 am

From acclaimed genre director Chris Smith (Creep, Severance, Triangle) comes The Banishing, which tells the true story of a young reverend, his wife and daughter who move into a manor with a horrifying secret. When a vengeful spirit haunts the little girl and threatens to tear the family apart, the reverend and his wife are forced to confront their beliefs. They must turn to black magic by seeking the help of a famous Occultist… or risk losing their daughter.

Shudder will debut the film in the US via their streaming service.
Directed by Christopher Smith (Creep, Severance, Triangle).
This is a UK horror film.
The Banishing will be arriving in UK cinemas (pending COVID restrictions) and on digital platforms on March 26, 2021.
Shudder will premiere The Banishing in the US on April 15, 2021.


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Director: Christopher Smith



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Re: The Banishing (2020)

Post by Krappy » Fri Mar 19, 2021 9:12 pm

The Shining meets Downton Abbey in the chilling new ghost story

THE BANISHING, starring Jessica Brown Findlay (Brave New World, Harlots) and directed by genre master Christopher Smith (Black Death, Severance, Triangle). THE BANISHING will be released in cinemas and on digital platforms March 26th, 2021, courtesy of AMC Networks’ Shudder, in partnership with Vertigo Releasing.

THE BANISHING has a terrific cast, including Downton Abbey’s Brown Findlay as a young woman uncovering dark secrets in her new home; Sean Harris (Red Riding, Mission: Impossible) as ghost hunter Harry Price; and John Lynch (Isolation) as a sinister ‘man of God’. Smith expertly delivers a handsomely mounted period mystery, based around the spooky real life Borley Rectory tale, that steadily builds to a satisfying climax, twanging the nerves along the way, with creepy dolls, shadowy figures, religious mania and the terror of madness. A story of isolation and a family strained to breaking point, THE BANISHING is the perfect lockdown-era chiller for fans of spine-tinglers like The Others and Rebecca.
Synopsis: 1930s, England. Linus, his wife Marianne and their daughter Adelaide move into town, where Linus has been posted as the new reverend. He’s been tasked by the Church to renew the villagers’ faith, which has been lost after the disappearance of the previous reverend’s family, who lived in the very same mysterious manor where Linus and his family have settled into. Soon after their arrival, strange events start to occur: ghostly voices, dark figures dressed as monks, mysterious totems, and Adelaide’s behavior becoming stranger by the day. It soon becomes clear that a malicious entity seeks to possess Adelaide and that the Church is hiding a terrible secret…



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