Hereford Horror have today provided a first look at the British key art for its first production, THE EXORCISM OF KAREN WALKER, which arrives on DVD and digital on the February 18th.
The chiller was written and directed by Steve Lawson. Shane Taylor, Janine Nerissa, Denise Moreno and much-loved television actress Rula Lenska all star in the film.
THE EXORCISM OF KAREN WALKER is the first film to fully explore the concept of Kirlian photography – a process of photographing a person’s ‘aura’.
Accidentally discovered by Semyon Kirlian in 1939, it has been the subject of much myth and speculation ever since. In the film, Diane and Mitch Walker inherit a house once owned by Mitch’s Uncle Alexander, who was ostracised from the family after purportedly abusing Mitch’s sister Karen while dabbling with Kirlian photography. Karen has been in a somnambulistic state in an asylum ever since, but Mitch slowly begins to realise that she was not abused: indeed Uncle Alexander was trying to help her as she was possessed by an ancient demon. Enlisting the help of Alexander’s one time colleague, renowned psychic Ada Devere, he brings Karen back to the house for a terrifying confrontation with the entity trapped inside her.
THE EXORCISM OF KAREN WALKER is produced by prolific film producer Jonathan Sothcott, the man responsible for popular Britflicks such as Vendetta and the We Still Kill The Old Way series.