The Possession Of Hannah Grace

1 hr 26 min

R

Death is Only the Beginning

A shocking exorcism spirals out of control, claiming the life of a young woman. Months later, Megan Reed (Shay Mitchell) is working the graveyard shift in the morgue when she takes delivery of a disfigured cadaver. Locked alone inside the basement corridors, Megan begins to experience horrifying visions and starts to suspect that the body may be possessed by a ruthless demonic force.

  • Pre-show and trailers run for approximately 20 minutes before the movie starts.1 hr 26 minR
  • Horror
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Creepy and Eerie

In THE POSSESSION OF HANNAH GRACE, Shay Mitchell stars as Megan Reed, an ex-cop fighting inner and real demons. Even she got scared on set. Hear more from Mitchell and get your tickets today.

Cast & Crew

  • STANA KATIC

    STANA KATICLisa Roberts

    Stana Katic stars in the new 10-episode TV series Absentia (2017), produced by Sony Pictures Television and premiering on Amazon. Katic's feature film work includes: CBGB (2013), about the punk rock club in NYC; Big Sur (2013), based on the Jack Kerouac novel; Frank Miller's film The Spirit (2008); Robert Benton's Feast of Love (2007); The Double (2011) with Richard Gere; and Bond installment Quantum of Solace (2008) with Daniel Craig. For eight seasons, Katic starred as Kate Beckett on Castle (2009). The ABC hit series brought in more than 10 million viewers weekly and is among the top five syndicated series in Spain, France, the UK, Italy, and Germany. Katic has three award nominations and seven wins, including three People's Choice Awards, a PRISM Award, and three TV Guide Awards. Katic plays multiple sports and often performs her own stunts. She has voiced characters for hit video games and animated features, Talia al Ghul (Batman: Arkham City (2011)) and Lois Lane (Superman: Unbound (2013)) among them. In 2008, she established her own production company, Sine Timore Films. Stana was born on April 26, 1978 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada to immigrant parents who are Serbs from Croatia. She grew up in Hamilton and in Aurora, Illinois. She graduated from West Aurora High School in 1996, studied at the University of Toronto and then at the DePaul University Goodman School of Drama, where she studied acting from 2000 to 2002. She also studied acting at the Beverly Hills Playhouse acting school. She has four brothers and one sister. Stana is dedicated to philanthropic projects with a focus on the environment and on children's education and health care. She resides in Los Angeles, speaks five languages, and holds dual citizenship of the United States and Canada.
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  • LOUIS HERTHUM

    LOUIS HERTHUMMan/Killer/Grainger

    After 35 years as a professional actor, Louis Herthum had a breakthrough year in 2017, a year that saw him upped to a series regular for season 2 of HBO's critically acclaimed "Westworld." Herthum made a big impact with his memorable turn on "Westworld," as Peter Abernathy, father to Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood) and one of the first robots to experience programming glitches in the series first season. Herthum began his acting career in his hometown of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. His first "big break" came in 1991 when he joined the cast of the long-running hit CBS series "Murder, She Wrote," starring as Deputy Andy Broom opposite Angela Lansbury for the show's final five seasons. His recurring television roles include his portrayal of Omar in Netflix's "Longmire," and werewolf pack leader JD in season 5 of HBO's supernatural drama "True Blood." Herthum has appeared in over 40 stage productions, dozens of commercials and combined over 100 films and TV shows. In early 1996 Louis added "Producer" to his resume, producing his first feature film, "Favorite Son". Since then Louis has, through his Louisiana based production company Ransack Films, produced a total of five narrative features, including the award winning thriller, "Red Ridge" and one feature length documentary, "The Season Before Spring" (also an award winner) about the first post-Katrina Mardi Gras in 2006. Louis is avid art & antique collector and owns a 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback which he has restored in homage to the film that inspired him to go into show business - "Bullitt" with Steve McQueen.
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  • Shay Mitchell

    Shay MitchellMegan Reed

    Shay Mitchell was born Shannon Mitchell in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, to a Filipino mother and a father of Irish and Scottish descent. Even as a young child, she was interested in the performing arts, declaring to her parents that she would pursue such a career. Shay began dance lessons at the age of five, and she and several of her classmates toured the city to compete with a variety of other dance schools. At the age of 10, Shay's family moved west to Vancouver, British Columbia. Within a year of their arrival, an international modeling agency held an open casting call for teen and pre-teen girls who were vying for representation. Shay was one of the girls selected. By her late teens, Shay had successfully modeled for a variety of companies in cities as varied as Bangkok, Hong Kong and Barcelona. Wanting to focus on her true passion, Mitchell returned to Toronto and began to study acting with great focus and determination. When Shay was 21 years old She got one of the main roles in the popular series Pretty little liars, that premiere June 8 2010. When she got that role she moved to Los Angeles, and today 7 years later she still does what she loves, and she is also very active with social media, and has her own YouTube channel that is getting more and more popular.
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    JACOB MING-TRENTErnie Gainor

    Jacob was born in Boston and raised in Pittsburgh, where he auditioned and booked his first play at age eleven. His arts education started at the performing arts middle school followed by the Pittsburgh Creative and Performing Arts high school before moving to New York City at seventeen to train at the Stella Adler Conservatory. During his first year, he was accepted into the Public Theater in NYC's Shakespeare Lab where he was the youngest person ever accepted. After completing the program, he was the youngest person ever accepted into the American Conservatory Theaters M.F.A Program. Jacob has been blessed to perform several shows on Broadway and Off-Broadway, theatres in Birmingham and London, England as well as having worked in 48 of the 50 states. He has worked with Pulitzer Prize winning playwrights; such as, David Lindsay-Abaire, Jeanine Tesori, Beth Henley, Doug Wright, Quiara Alegría Hudes and Suzan Lori Parks. His most successful collaboration was with Ms. Parks on her play "Father Comes Home from the Wars". The play was won several awards including the Pulitzer, the Lucille Lortel and the IRNE. Jacob played Odesee the Dog for which he won the Lucille Lortel Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Play. He has recently turned his attention to film and television, where he has had the opportunity to work with great artists like Julie Taymor, Alec Baldwin, David Schwimmer, Andrew McCarthy, Richard Chamberlain, Zach Galifianakis, Ted Danson, Chris Noth and Brain Darcy James. He thanks all his family, friends, agents and managers for there support.
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    JAMES A. WATSON JR.Dr. Henry Lewis

    James A. Watson, Jr. Biography as of Nov. 9, 2014. Mr. Watson has enjoyed a working career through four decades in San Francisco, New York and Hollywood. Having trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts (Visiting the U.S.) James has performed with major theater companies such as "The American Conservatory Theater" in San Francisco, and "The Mark Taper Forum" in Los Angeles. Mr. Watson has directed and Produced with his own theater company, appeared in 12 feature films, guest starred and appeared in over 90 television shows, commercials, T.V. films and mini-series. "In the 1970's through the 1980's Mr. Watson established himself as an "A list" actor in demand by the networks, when few roles existed for minority actors. Throughout his experience, Mr. Watson has been nominated for an NAACP Image Award, received a variety of honors and fortunate to co-star with the celebrated talents of Edward G. Robinson, Leslie Caron, Michael Crichton, Mary Tyler Moore, Jamie Foxx, Tom Selleck, Candice Bergen, Red Fox, Rob Reiner, James Coburn, Jeff Bridges and Sidney Poitier. Mr. Waston is still pleasing his fans. Most recent stage work (2014) was in "Blue Print To Freedom: An ode To Byard Rustin" directed by Phylicia Rashad at the La Jolla Playhouse, Death of A Salesman at South Coast Repertory Theater an and August Wilson's "Jitney" performed at The South Coast repertory Theater and The Pasadena Playhouse to superlative reviews and recognition by critic Charles McNulty as one of the ten best plays in America in 2012 and the winner of two Los Angeles Drama Circle Awards. Coming to television 2015 is "The Whitney and Bobby Story, The Whitney Houston Story" (playing her father John Houston) directed by Angela Bassett. As a writer, Mr. Watson has worked with or developed projects for Dick Berg, Viacom, Productions, Arsenial Hall Productions, Exec. Producer Charles Johnson (Magnun P.I., Jag, N.C.I.S.) and others. Mr. Watson's production company, Vision Entertainment enjoys a collaboration with Emmy winning Executive Producer Renee Valente. Together they are currently developing feature films, stage and television projects.
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  • GREY DAMON

    GREY DAMONAndrew Kurtz

    Damon was born in Bloomington, Indiana and raised in Boulder, Colorado. He discovered his passion for acting at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts when he landed his first professional job in a production of "A Christmas Carol." When Damon is not acting, he spends his time on other artistic endeavors including writing, drawing, sculpting, photography and music. Grey Damon stars on the hit ABC series, "Station 19," an immediately successful spin-off of "Grey's Anatomy" that focuses on the lives of the men and women at Seattle Fire Station 19. Damon stars as the passionate and fearless Lieutenant Jack Gibson who, when the station's captain must step down, becomes Acting Captain of the station. Damon's breakout television role came in 2010 when he joined the cast of the critically-acclaimed series "Friday Night Lights," playing Hastings Ruckle in the final season of the show. He has since had starring roles on NBC's Charles Manson drama, "Aquarius," opposite David Duchovny; The CW's science-fiction drama "Star-Crossed," with Matt Lanter and his "Friday Night Lights" co-star, Aimee Teegarden; and ABC Family's "The Nine Lives of Chloe King." Damon's other television credits include recurring roles on HBO's "True Blood, ABC Family's "Twisted" and The CW's "The Secret Circle." His guest starring roles include "American Horror Story: Coven," "10 Things I Hate About You," "Greek" and "Lincoln Heights." On the big screen, Damon can next be seen starring in the Screen Gems thriller, Cadaver, opposite Shay Mitchell. The film, set to premiere this summer, follows a woman who takes the graveyard shift a hospital morgue and experiences a series of bizarre and violent events caused by an evil entity in one of the corpses. Damon recently starred in the independent dramedy Sex Guaranteed, alongside Bella Dayne and Stephen Dorff, directed by Brad and Todd Barnes. His additional film credits include roles in Spike Lee's Oldboy, playing the younger version of James Brolin's character, and Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters, opposite Logan Lerman.
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