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Andrew Getty's The Evil Within on Blu-ray & DVD in September

19 July 2017

Fifteen, painstaking years in the making, The Evil Within has earned notoriety not just for its shocking content, but also for the way the all-consuming project took over director Andrew Getty’s life. Now, years after work started on the billionaire heir to the Getty family fortune’s first and last feature film and two years after his tragic death, this twisted tale can finally be seen in all its glory as Screenbound Pictures unveils the feature for its UK premiere on DVD and Blu-ray in September.

This mind-bending shocker stars Frederick Koehler (Criminal Minds), award-winning actor Sean Patrick Flanery (The Boondock Saints), horror veteran Michael Berryman (The Hills Have Eyes) alongside Brianna Brown (40 Year Old Virgin) and Dina Meyer (Starship Troopers).

Dennis Peterson (Koehler) is a mentally handicapped teen who lives with his older brother John (Flanery). While John’s time is taken up with his increasingly demanding girlfriend Lydia (Meyer), Dennis turns to his reflection in an antique mirror for company. But the demonic entity (Berryman) orders him to do horrific things in order to ‘fix’ his brain. As Dennis embarks on a murderous rampage, the bodies start to pile up in the basement, who will be next?

The Evil Within Blu-ray cover

The Evil Within comes to UK Blu-ray and DVD on 4 September 2017 from Screenbound Pictures at the RRP of £15.99 for the DVD and £17.99 for the Blu-ray.

No special features have been listed.