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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


Great feedback from the screening in New Zealand at NZIFF

The feedback we received from the screenings has been very positive. We have collected the following reviews for the film.


The Pantograph Punch – One of 15 Films to See at NZIFF (attached)

You've described The Evil Within as Wes Craven trapped by Tommy Wiseau in a Lynchian landscape - qualify that statement please?
I don't need to qualify that statement as the film itself qualifies it rather easily. This film is a very rare beast - there's really nothing quite like it and I think horror fans in general are going to be in a genuine state of awe. Too many times have genre press over -yped films to the fans with phrases like 'unlike anything you've ever seen' - well for once, they are actually being honest.

The Pantograph Punch review

“Nightmarish and unforgettable, The Evil Within has a permanent home in a dreamland beyond good and awful, as a wholly unique feel-bad trip.” – Doug Dillaman


Darren Bevan interview with Ant Timpson (attached)

“This film is a very rare beast - there's really nothing quite like it and I think horror fans in general are going to be in a genuine state of awe.”


Flicks mini reviews EVIL WITHIN

“Parts of it are a weird dull chore, while others are a weird, disturbing, delight.” – Daniel Rutledge

“Unfiltered horror… some genuinely crafty, nightmarish filmmaking” – Liam Maguren