IFC Midnight plans a fall day-and-date release for the Barcelona-set horror pic. IFC Films’ genre label said today that it has picked up U.S. rights to Asmodexia, from first-time feature director Marc Carreté. The creepshow follows an exorcist (Luis Marco) and his granddaughter (Claudia Pons) over five days as they try to help the people possessed by a fast-spreading infection of the soul and are tracked by a mysterious cult. The pic is produced by Emili Pons, Albert Armengol, Carles Herrera and Jordi Bosch. The deal was negotiated by Sean Berney, Manager of Acquisitions for Sundance Selects/IFC Films and Nate Bolotin of XYZ Films on behalf of the filmmakers. Check out the trailer below:
IFC Midnight Lures Spanish Horror Pic ‘Asmodexia’ To U.S.
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