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GCFF24: The Demon Disorder

The Demon Disorder

Gold Coast Film Festival World Premiere

Premiere Screening Mon 22 Apr, 6pm | Encore Screening Wed 24 Apr, 8.30pm
The Demon Disorder
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The Demon Disorder

GRAHAM REILLY, a man who has retired from life, lives alone in his garage workshop and hides from the world. It has been this way since the death of his father and the estrangement from his two brothers. Haunted by his past, this is a life he has accepted.

Then one day, his brother calls....

Visiting without warning, JAKE confides in Graham that something is horribly wrong with their younger brother, PHILLIP. Jake believes that Phillip is possessed by their deceased father GEORGE.

With the three brothers back together, they soon realise that the sins of their past will not stay hidden. But how do you defeat a presence that knows you inside and out? A rage that wants revenge on the sons that murdered him?

The final confrontation takes place in the dimly lit, junk filled, garage workshop. A night of the restless dead, secrets are brought to light and three brothers are forced to confront their father one last time.

Year: 2024
Country: Australia

Premiere Gala Screening - Mon 22 Apr, 6pm
Red Carpet from 5.30pm
Ticket includes 1 x popcorn

Encore Screening - Wed 24 April 8:30pm

Dates
Premiere Screening Mon 22 Apr, 6pm | Encore Screening Wed 24 Apr, 8.30pm
Director
Steven Boyle
Genre
Horror
Warnings

Themes associated with the Horror Genre, strong gore.
Duration
95 mins
Cast
John Noble, Christian Willis, Charles Cottier, Liam Wallace, Dirk Hunter, Tobie Webster
Tickets
Premiere Gala Screening - Mon 22 Apr, 6pm
Red Carpet from 5.30pm
Admission $25 - includes 1 x popcorn
(No Free HOTA Tickets)

Encore Screening - Wed 24 April 8:30pm
Adults $17
Concession $15
(No Free HOTA Tickets)

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