HBO Max releases one of the most controversial horror films of the year



After an average ticket to theaters – grossing $ 26.2 million worldwide – the horror ‘Pray for Us’ made its first streaming on HBO Max.

The film suffered great controversy when it debuted for showing a false prophet posing as Mary, leading some religious people to accuse the film of blasphemy without watching it and understanding what it is. ‘acted.

The plot follows Alice, a hearing-impaired young woman who, after an alleged visit from the Virgin Mary, inexplicably manages to hear and heal people. As the story becomes known and more and more devotees travel to witness its miracles, a decaying journalist (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), hoping to revive his career, travels to the small town of Nova Scotia. -England to investigate. When terrifying events start to happen, he begins to wonder if these phenomena are the work of the Virgin Mary or something sinister.

In an EXCLUSIVE interview with CinePOP, actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan (“The Walking Dead”) opened up about horror and revealed if he believes in hauntings and if anything strange happened on set.

“I believe! I mean, I want to believe. I haven’t had any experience with that yet. My wife is a big fan of supernatural things. Ghosts, witches and everything. I’ve been in movies. of horror. Strange things happened behind the scenes of one of them. A terror called ‘Possession.’ In this movie, the only weird thing that happened was quarantine because of the pandemic. was pretty weird. To answer your question, I’m a spiritual man and I believe some things are inexplicable, what about that? ”he said.

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The cast includes Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Katie Aselton, William Sadler, Cricket Brown, Diogo Morgado and Cary Elwes.

The plot is based on the book Shrine, written by James Herbert, and published in 1983.

Evan Spiliotopoulos, director of the live-action script for ‘A Bela ea Fera’, directs.

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