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The Evil Within

The sadistic tale of a lonely, mentally handicapped boy who befriends his reflection in an antique mirror. This demonic creature orders him to go on a murderous rampage to kill the people he loves most.
Starring: Frederick Koehler (Death Race), Sean Patrick Flanery (The Boondock Saints), Michael Berryman (One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest) Brianna Brown (General Hospital), Dina Meyer (Starship Troopers), Kim Darby (True Grit)
Written and directed by late Andrew Getty - Produced by Eric Berliner, Michael Luceri - Sales Vision Films Lise Romanoff
Horror, Thriller, 100 Min, 2016 Winner BEST ACTOR at Fantasporto 2017
Synopsis I Trailer I Poster I Screener request I Sales I Festival placement I


5 screenings for The Evil Within: a Festival Favorite at New Zealand International Film Festival

The Evil Within (image 1)One of [the] most singularly strange films to come along in a good while. Travis Johnson, FilmInk


The Evil Within 2017

Directed by Andrew Getty INCREDIBLY STRANGE

A demon appears in an antique mirror and manipulates a mentally ill young man, urging him to murder the ones he loves in this nightmarish horror, the bonkers cinematic brainchild of the late oil heir Andrew Getty.


Playing in Auckland

FRI 10:45 PM

Hollywood Avondale

SUN 8:30 PM

Event Cinemas Queen Street


Playing in Wellington

MON 8:45 PM

Paramount Bergman

MON 4:15 PM

Paramount Bergman

WED 9:30 PM


USA • In English
100 minutes • DCP
violence, horror, offensive language & sexual themes




Robert Hickey
Michael Luceri
Kent Van Vleet


Stephen Sheridan


Michael Luceri
Michael Palmerio


Aaron King


Jose M. Rivera


Mario Grigorov


Sean Patrick Flanery (John Peterson)
Dina Meyer (Lydia)
Frederick Koehler (Dennis Peterson)
Michael Berryman (cadaver)
Francis Guinan (Dr Preston)
Brianna Brown (Susan)
Kim Darby (Mildy Torres)


The only thing loopier than this film is the true story behind its making. The meth-addicted heir to the five-billion-dollar J. Paul Getty oil fortune, Andrew Getty had few wishes in life: to drive fast cars, be surrounded by beautiful women and become a famous horror director. Well, he nailed the first two, and now we’re trying to make the third happen posthumously.

In 2002 work began on a film inspired by debilitating nightmares Getty experienced as a child. The puzzling personal production has finally been released 15 years after it all began, and two years after Getty’s untimely accidental death in the very house it was shot in.

Centring on Dennis, an academically challenged man compelled to kill all those around him by his own demonic reflection, this drug-fuelled tale, under the obsessive and painstaking direction of its semi-reclusive auteur, is like some familial guilt-soaked scream from an alternate earth of sheer unpleasantries.

Audiences jaded with this type of generic horror premise will certainly be unprepared for such a disorienting narrative. Compounded by surreal fever dreams and grotesque practical makeup, it’s as if Wes Craven became trapped by Tommy Wiseau in a Lynchian landscape. — AT