Today, we’re pleased to bring you an exclusive clip from writer-director J.T. Petty’s horror comedy, Hellbenders. The story centers on members of the Augustine Interfaith Order of Hellbound Saints who do the dirty work of sending demons back to Hell for the Vatican. Today’s clip features one such priest (Robyn Rikoon) battling against the forces of possession; you’ll have to watch the clip to see if she succeeds or not.
Hellbenders also stars Clifton Collins Jr., Clancy Brown and Andre Royo. Hit the jump to watch the clip. The film will be released in theaters on on demand this Friday, October 18th.
Check out our exclusive clip from Hellbenders below:
Hellbenders, an R-rated 3D exorcism comedy, follows the Order of Hellbound Saints (Brooklyn Parish), a highly secretive and profoundly blasphemous men of God, as they battle demonic forces too terrible to be cast out by traditional Vatican-approved methods.
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