The first promotional poster from the creepy new film "Deliver Us From Evil." Photo Credit: Sony Pictures and Screen Gems

Eerie new TV Spot for Deliver Us from Evil (Video)

We are just under a month away from true evil being released onto the big screen in Deliver Us From Evil. Yesterday, we showed you a scary new international trailer for the film. Now, thanks to the people over at Sony Pictures Entertainment, we have a look at an eerie new TV Spot for the upcoming film.

Deliver Us From Evil tells the story of an NYPD sergeant by the name of Ralph Sarchie.

In his time on the force, he has seen some pretty ugly things, but nothing quite as strange as this.

After an incident in the zoo, a female suspect seems to be possessed by something that is definitely not of this world.

Sarchie refuses to believe that it is anything more than a sick woman who needs to be institutionalized.

Unfortunately, when the sickness seems to spread like an epidemic, Sarchie is forced to consider the fact that this may not be something that can be explained away by modern medicine, and take a new approach to the situation.

Why don’t you take a look for yourself? Here is a look at the latest TV Spot for the upcoming supernatural thriller Deliver Us from Evil.


The film is based on a book by the name of “Beware the Night,” a book written by the real life Ralph Sarchie and author Lisa Collier Cool which details some of the real-life cases he investigated during his sixteen years on the NYPD.

It should come as no surprise that the film is able to deliver on the creep factor.Deliver Us From Evil is being directed by Scott Derrickson, the man also responsible for horror flicks such as Sinister and The Exorcism of Emily Rose.

Deliver Us From Evil stars Eric Bana as Ralph Sarchie and Edgar Ramirez as Mendoza. The film also stars Olivia MunnSean HarrisJoel McHaleAntoinette LaVecchia, and many more.

Deliver Us From Evil is scheduled to be released on July 2, 2014.

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