With the new British 'haunted house' film Spirit Trap being released next week (November 21st) by Revolver, we've managed to get our hands on an exclusive clip from the film which stars Billie Piper amongst its teen cast. Entitled "Jenny caught in the loft by Tom" (a bit of a spoiler in the title there we thinks), the clip indeed shows the character Tom having a 'bit of a funny turn.'
Directed by David Smith, this 15-Cert film shot in Romania last year also stars Luke Mably and Emma Catherwood and is crammed with lots of horror reference points from old creaky houses, to dusty sheets, dreamcatchers, old paintings and a nice evil-looking Grandfather clock.
Keep your eyes peeled for an eatmybrains.com review some time in the coming week. Or, if you can't wait, click on the links below to view the exclusive clip;
Four young students move into an old unoccupied mansion. Tom is a smart and cocky drug dealer, and Adele is his feisty and sexual girlfriend. Jenny is a good-natured girl with clairvoyant powers, and Nick is a kind and sensitive art student.
Inside, the four students meet their fifth housemate, Tina, a beautiful, exotic and mysterious girl, but strange things start to happen when Nick gets an old Russian Spirit Clock working again. Mobile phones stop working. They hear mysterious noises and Jenny begins to see things in the house - shadows of torches on the walls and an angry mob in Edwardian clothes that nails a man to the floor.
The living nightmare deepens as Jenny, Nick and Tina soon try to escape the house but are transported back inside the moment they step out. The boundary between the real world and the afterlife are no longer clear and as time runs out, they must find a way to escape and avoid being trapped with the spirits forever.
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