Jessica Brown Findlay (The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society), Sean Harris (Possum), John Lynch (Ghosted), Jason Thorpe (Hurt by Paradise), Adam Hugill (1917), John Heffernan (Eye in the Sky), Anya McKenna-Bruce (London Town), James Swanton (Host), Cokey Falkow (Doomsday), Seamus O’Neill (Sightseers), Danny Shayler (Hangar 10), Amy Trigg (film debut), Nigel Travis (Electricity), Jean St. Clair (film debut), Matthew Clarke (film debut), Sara Apostolaki (film debut)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Christopher Smith (Severance), director; David Beton (I Am Soldier), Ray Bogdanovich (The Hatton Garden Job) and Dean Lines (The Lost Generation), writers; Maya Amsellem (Una), Laurie Cook (Pressure), Sharon Harel (Blink of an Eye) and Jason Newmark (Triangle), producers; Toydrum (Prevenge), composers; Sarah Cunningham (Encontro Silencioso), cinematographer; Richard Smither (The Lost Choices), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
In 1930s England, Marianne (Findlay) moves into town with her family, as her husband Linus (Heffernan) is recruited as the town’s new minister. Shortly after their arrival, Marianne notices a series of strange events, particularly surrounding her young daughter Adelaide (McKenna-Bruce), and starts to realise that something malicious is trying to possess the girl, which the Church appears to be keeping secret…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
A chilling historical horror with a stellar British cast that includes noted character actors like Jessica Brown Findlay and Sean Harris, The Banishing seeks to deliver plenty of effective chills and creepy atmosphere for audiences everywhere.