Saturday, October 25, 2014

Lifetime Movie 'High School Possession' Premieres Tonight, Stars Jennifer Stone, Janel Parrish, Shanley Caswell, Ione Skye & Kelly Hu

High School Possession premieres October 25 on Lifetime. Photo Credit: Hybrid, LLC
Lifetime Original Movie High School Possession premieres on Saturday, October 25 at 8 p.m. ET/PT. The film stars Janel Parrish (Pretty Little Liars), Jennifer Stone, Ione Skye, Kelly Hu and Shanley Caswell.

Lauren (Parrish) is your average high school student. Intelligent and gifted, she's the student editor of the school newspaper, and as part of her senior year project, she's doing an exposé on each of the school cliques. Her next assignment is to follow Olivia (Caswell) and her church youth group, known as "The Chosen." One night after interviewing them, Lauren stumbles onto The Chosen performing an exorcism on a girl led by Reverend Young. Lauren is horrified but intrigued, so she begins to investigate and it seems to have really helped the girl.

High School Possession. Photo Credit: Hybrid, LLC
Meanwhile, Lauren's best friend Chloe (Stone) is having trouble and spiraling out of control at home and at school. Her mother has taken her to countless doctors and none of them can clearly diagnose her. The only option remaining for Chloe is to be hospitalized. Lauren realizes that Chloe might be possessed and needs an exorcism. But when Reverend Young refuses to help them, Lauren and The Chosen decide to take matters into their own hands... except that not all of the girls are doing it to save Chloe. When it becomes evident that Olivia is performing the ritual to hurt her, it's up to Lauren to truly save Chloe.

Watch a sneak peek video below:



Chris Brochu as Mase Adkins
High School Possession was written by Hanz Wasserburger. Peter Sullivan directed.

The cast includes William McNamara, Chris Brochu, Maya Stojan, Ana Walczak, Bailey  Borders, August Roads, Spencer Neville, Natalia Baron, Eric Etebari, Michael C. Mahon, John Burke, David Rosen, Kristen Kerr and Indie Series Award-winner Gerald McCullouch as the Priest.

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