Icon Home Entertainment is pleased to announce the DVD premiere of the terrifying, edge-of-your-seat horror/thriller The Haunting of Molly Hartley starring Chace Crawford (Gossip Girl), Haley Bennett (Music and Lyrics), AnnaLynne McCord (90210) Shannon Marie Woodward (The Riches) and Jake Weber (Medium, Dawn of the Dead).
This spellbinding teen horror thriller is exclusively released on DVD on 19th October 2009 - just in time for Halloween! Described as "Carrie for the Gossip Girl generation," the story unfolds with non-stop suspense, where ominous evil lurks just beneath the lush surfaces of a teenage girl's private high school world - and it holds the rights to her very soul.
Now on the eve of her 18th birthday, Molly Hartley is about to discover the truth of just who, or rather what, it is she is destined to become. Molly (Haley Bennett) is a 17 year old girl who's physically recovered from a stab wound inflicted by her tormented mother (Marin Hinkle). The psychological scars that remain run deeper than she realises. To help her start a new life after the trauma, her father (Jake Webber) enrols her in a new private high school.
With her eighteenth birthday fast approaching, Molly is haunted by nightmares of her mother's attack upon her while dealing with the stress of being the new girl in school. Molly experiences great difficulty fitting in, battling headaches, nosebleeds, and being haunted by mysterious voices. Symptoms of psychosis that affect her seem to foreshadow an onset of the mental illness that took control of her mother's life, but of several different explanations for her distress, the most unforeseen and terrifying is revealed as the truth. With her father quick to offer her medication to calm her down, Molly is more concerned with her psychotic mother, who is locked away inside a local mental hospital and haunts the frightened teenager's every move.
- Cast and Crew Interviews
- Theatrical Trailer
Please note - Disc special features are subject to change, may differ from format to format and/or may differ from region to region.