Another Evil — Trailer

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added: Fri, Apr 7th '17

Getting rid of unwanted ghosts aren't necessarily the thing you need to worry about. It's that weird ghost hunter you just hired who may end up being more problematic than the actual ghosts.

Check out the trailer for "Another Evil," an indie horror comedy starring Steve Zissis, from HBO's short-lived series "Togetherness," as Dan Pappadakis, an ordinary guy with a not-so-ordinary problem: his vacation home is haunted by evil spirits. The thing is, Dan has gone ahead and hired an exceedingly weird ghost exterminator (played by comic actor Mark Proksch, from "Better Call Saul" and "Son of Zorn"). And he's turning out to be quite a handful as he doesn't seem to have any intention of leaving Dan's house, at least anytime soon.

Co-starring Steve Little, Jennifer Irwin, and Dan Bakkedahl, "Another Evil" is written and directed by television comedy writer Carson Mell, whose writing credits include several episodes of the HBO shows "Silicon Valley" and "Eastbound & Down."

"Another Evil" is hitting theaters and iTunes/VOD on May 5th.

synopsis:
After encountering a ghost in his vacation home, terrified Dan Pappadakis (Steve Zissis) goes behind his wife’s back to hire an industrial grade exorcist -- the bizarre and needy Os Bijourn. While implementing a variety of increasingly outlandish "ghost traps," Os tries to befriend Dan almost as relentlessly as he tries to destroy the home's "demons." Dan considers calling the whole thing off, but it quickly becomes apparent that a great evil has embedded itself in his home, and that the fate of his entire family is at stake.

Deftly mixing sardonic wit with the supernatural and not-so-supernatural, Carson Mell's ANOTHER EVIL is uncomfortably comical proof that more than just ghosts can haunt a house.

 

directed by   Carson Mell

starring   Steve Zissis, Mark Proksch, Steve Little, Jennifer Irwin, Dan Bakkedahl

release date   May 5, 2017 (in theaters and on iTunes/VOD)

 
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