Out of the Shadows (Australia, 2016)

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‘They come from the darkness’

Out of the Shadows is a 2016 supernatural Australian horror film directed by Dee McLachlan from a screenplay co-written with Rena Owen, based on a story by Craig Henry. Working titles were The Shadow People and Scarlett.

A newly married detective and his pregnant wife move into their dream home unaware of its dark history. When his wife claims their baby is being tormented by a supernatural force and seeks the help of a renegade demonologist, he must investigate the past to save his family…

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On 12 June 2017, the film is released on DVD in the UK by Kaleidoscope Home Entertainment.

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Buy: Amazon.co.uk

Main cast:

Kendal Rae, Jim Robison, Jake Ryan, Goran D. Kleut, Helmut Bakaitis, Blake Northfield, Madison Haley, Milan Pulvermacher, Fiona Press, Barbara Hastings, Anna Demidova, Miyuki Lotz.

Filming locations:

Byron Bay, New South Wales, Australia

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1 reply

  1. The very fact that this was shot in Byron Bay, NSW makes It a must-see. In Australia, we have many “primitive” zones where uncanny things REALLY take place (see Hanging Rock!😋😎), north of Melbourne (Victoria).
    I was born and reared in my beloved Australia, and at times, people who go there for the first time say they feel a strange kind of magic touching them the moment they step on Aussie soil.

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