Exorcismus, or The Possession of Emma Evans as it may be called, is an English language horror from the producers of [REC]and [REC]2 and there’s a new trailer out in the open today.

If you’re looking forward to Daniel Stamm’s The Last Exorcism then you might want to check out this trailer as it has similar themes and, perhaps inevitably, centres itself around the strange behaviour of a young girl who may, or may not, be possessed*.

In common with the [REC] films the strange happenings and subsequent exorcisms are captured on a video camera, although as you’ll see from the trailer the movie is filmed conventionally and not as a mock/documentary.

The film was directed by Manuel Carballo and stars Doug Bradley, Tommy Bastow, Stephen Billington and Sophie Vavasseur as Emma.

Personally I’m tiring of this scenario. Why can’t we have a demonic outbreak of the shout’n’spittles in a retirement apartment block? Or in a clown academy? Why isn’t the devil interested in a branch of MacDonalds in Scunthorpe? Anyway, the synopsis goes like this, and yes – it makes no sense that the titular Emma Evans is referred to as Emma Hawkins.

Fifteen-year-old Emma Hawkins is like any other teenage girl she thinks that her parents don’t understand her. She longs for independence and a life free of family ties and responsibilities and she is prepared to do anything to achieve it. But one day she will be forced to face up to the consequences of her actions.

Life seems to be carrying on as normal, until one day Emma starts experiencing frightening fits. Her parents are convinced that her problems are either medical or psychological, but when doctors´ tests are unable to draw any conclusions, the family is forced to look elsewhere for answers.

It all started off as a bit of fun, Emma never really believed it, but the truth is there is something dark and sinister within her, and it won’t take long to surface.

Now here’s the trailer,

Twitch broke this news all over the face of the internet.

*but she probably is possessed.