James Wan's long-lost horror flick Demonic finally airing, 4 years later

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Jul 25, 2017, 3:45 PM EDT

It’s been a long road for producer James Wan’s (The Conjuring) little horror film Demonic, but after gathering dust for the past four years at Dimension Films (the movie was filmed back in 2013 and saw an international release in 2015) it will finally see the light of day in North America.

Produced by Wan, the movie directed by Will Canon (Brotherhood) and written by Max La Bella stars Frank Grillo (The Purge, Captain America: The Winter Soldier) and Maria Bello (The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor). It will finally be released on Spike TV this coming Thursday at 8 p.m. (with pesky commercials), before getting a VOD release (meaning without said pesky commercials) on Oct. 10, and apparently hitting Netflix soon after.

Read up on the synopsis before digging into the trailer below, and let us know if you plan on watching (as a huge fan of James Wan and the whole supernatural horror genre, I personally will. Even though Wan did not helm the movie):

When Detective Mark Lewis (Frank Grillo) is called to a local house, he finds the bodies of three slaughtered college students. The only survivor, John (Dustin Milligan) claims they held a séance to summon ghosts of people killed in the house years earlier. Now, three of his friends are dead and two are missing – including his pregnant girlfriend.

Teaming up criminal psychologist Dr. Elizabeth Klein (Maria Bello), Det. Lewis investigates the videotapes discovered at the scene to try and uncover what really happened that night. What they find is more terrifying than they ever could have imagined…

(via Bloody-Disgusting)