All they have to do is kidnap his daughter, Katherine, and hold her to ransom.
It soon becomes evident that they have made a critical error and the girl that they have kidnapped has been possessed by a terrifying demon – Tranguul.
This evil force, The Devourer of Tormented Souls, is dead set on consuming three more individuals in order to manifest in physical form… He has also led Katherine to kill both of her parents and a group of priests who were trying to exorcise him from her body.
The kidnappers are now trapped in a lair with a possessed girl, no ransom and no way out. After all, how can they go to the police after they have broken the law?
Demon House on Willow Street is the latest horror film from writer-director Alastair Orr (Indigenous). It breaks the boundaries of genre traditions and plunges them into free-fall.
In the midst of the chaos, it becomes clear that there is more to the choice of victim that the criteria of her being rich and living in an isolated manor; Hazel reveals that this is a case of vengeance.
Her family had lost everything and it was time for her to even the score with the people who had taken her life away.
The kidnappers will be forced to bargain for their souls and deal with their personal demons as they appear in physical form inside the house.
They begin to turn on one another when they are confronted with the reality of the situation – it is only possible for one person to survive the night with their humanity intact. As Katherine devolves into something less than human and begins to hunt her captors, they are forced to fight for their lives.
The film is directed by Alastair Orr from the idea by Kate Blackman and a script by Jonathan Jordaan and Alastair Orr. It is produced by Zino Ventura and Mirell Ventura.
Demon House On Willow Street will be release in cinemas on 30 March 2017.