Pure Flix introduces horror 'Welcome To Mercy' at Afm on eve of Us launch

IFC to launch in Us on November 2.

Pure Flix/Quality Flix is screening the thriller Welcome To Mercy for Afm buyers, alongside five new films including God’s Not Dead: A Light In Darkness, and Little Women.

Welcome To Mercy hails from Scream and The Scary Movie executive producer Cary Granat and opens in the Us on Friday [November 2] via IFC in 15 cities.

Ron Gell, vice-president of international sales and distribution for Pure Flix/Quality Flix, is screening the film on Friday and Saturday. The story centres on an American single mother who returns to Latvia to say goodbye to her dying father,
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Movie Review – Welcome to Mercy (2018)

Welcome to Mercy, 2018.

Directed by Tommy Bertelsen.

Starring Kristen Ruhlin, Lily Newmark, Eileen Davies, Dainis Grube, and Toms Liepajnieks.


When a single mother begins to experience symptoms of the stigmata, she seeks the help of a local priest and nun to help her understand what is seen and unseen.

Tommy Bertelsen’s Welcome To Mercy tackles demonic possessions from a fresh angle, but individuality alone does not assure greatness. Kudos for explorative vision, but differing dualities shrug a weaker fright level. It’s telling when credits roll and questions about continuity remain – especially when accompanying friends mutter *different* queries. Multiple watches may benefit this sleepy satanic story, but at 103 minutes, there’s not much motivation for retreading blessed waters. Not a wasted run-in with the devil, but more of a soft chant versus chorus of screams.

Kristen Ruhlin – who also notches a screenplay credit – stars as Madeline, an American
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Screamfest 2018’s Second Wave of Programming Includes Anniversary Screenings of Bride Of Chucky and The Serpent And The Rainbow

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The creative and tireless team at Screamfest has always done an amazing job of celebrating the horror genre's present while honoring its past, and their second wave of programming certainly confirms this notion, as this year's Hollywood-based festival will include anniversary screenings of Bride of Chucky and The Serpent and the Rainbow, in addition to special screenings of Aliens and The Terminator to commemorate Gale Anne Hurd being presented with a Career Achievement Award.

Press Release: "Hollywood, Calif. – October 4, 2018 – Screamfest Horror Film Festival, America’s largest, and longest running horror movie festival, announces the second wave of its festival line up. The fest, which will run from Oct. 9-18, 2018 at the Tcl Chinese 6 Theatres in Hollywood, will showcase the West Coast premiere of The Unthinkable, the West Coast premiere of Welcome to Mercy and the U.S. premiere of the animated feature “Chuck Steel: Night of The Trampires.”

This year,
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Trailer for Possession Horror 'Welcome to Mercy' with Kristen Ruhlin

"You must control... you almost killed your daughter." IFC Midnight has debuted the first official trailer for an indie possession horror titled Welcome to Mercy, from filmmaker Tommy Bertelsen. The story follows a single mother named Madaline who begins to experience symptoms of the stigmata, so she seeks the help of a local priest and nun to help her understand what is seen and unseen, and hopefully avoid becoming the new antichrist. She ends up at a remote covenant. Kristen Ruhlin stars and wrote the screenplay for this indie horror. It also features Lily Newmark, Eva Ariel Binder, Eileen Davies, Victoria Sokolova, Danis Grube, Toms Liepajnieks, Sophia Massa, and Ieva Seglina. Possession films are getting more and more redundant, but this looks like it gets super intense once she meets up with these relentless nuns. Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Tommy Bertelsen's Welcome to Mercy, from YouTube:
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Toronto: Faith-Based Horror Film 'Welcome to Mercy' Heads to Pure Flix

Pure Flix, the faith-based production company responsible for God's Not Dead, has acquired the international distribution rights to Welcome to Mercy from the producers of Scream and The Others.

Pure Flix, which launched its own U.S. theatrical distribution arm, nabbed the feature directed by Tommy Bertelsen (Ed Wood), and which stars Kristen Ruhlin, Eileen Davies, Lily Newmark and Toms Liepajnieks. Founded in 2005 by Michael Scott, David A.R. White, Russell Wolfe and Elizabeth Travis, Pure Flix is an indie Christian movie production and distribution studio.

The film's producers are in talks on a domestic distribution deal to be announced ...
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