Dabrowsky's long-awaited follow-up to the horror film "Family Demons," "Inner Demons," has a teaser clip which involves a test shoot for the lead actress! Australian producer Sue Brown says that actress 16-year-old Sarah Jeavons has been cast in the lead as "Sam Durelle" and that production will take place over 4 weeks between January and February of 2012. Brown is producing along with Julie Byrne through the SAFC’s Filmlab initiative.
The Aussie horror's official synopsis reads: Teenager Sam Durelle and her younger sister are home alone when a knock at the door leads Sam down the road to terror. Abducted by a serial killer couple, Sam manages to escape and find refuge in a desolate farmhouse, only to discover it is home not only to her assailants, but a malevolent spirit. Trapped in the house, Sam is propelled into a struggle for survival, one that will push her to the limits not only physically and emotionally, but spiritually.
Inner Demon is a horror film that starts off as an abduction thriller, and then finishes up as a supernatural revenge film. Influenced by horror films dubbed the "New French Extremity", director Ursula Dabrowsky ("Family Demons") aims to once again make a horror film that will seriously creep you out and get under your skin.
Starring Andreas Sobik ("Look Both Ways", "Ten Empty"), Kerry Reid ("Family Demons", "Rain Shadow"), and newcomer Sarah Jeavons, "Inner Demons" is the second in a planned trilogy directed by Dabrowsky and produced by Brown. Check out this first look!