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  • Writer's pictureAllan Major

Sydney Sweeney's Immaculate: Horror Secrets Within a Sacred Italian Convent

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Innocence questioned. Faith Tested. Immaculate. Coming Soon.

A hush has fallen over the modern horror world, a breathless anticipation. Michael Mohan, the architect behind the deliciously disturbing "The Voyeurs," is back. This time, he turns his horror lens on Cecilia (Sydney Sweeney, of "Euphoria" fame), a woman whose devout faith leads her into the gilded cage of an Italian convent.

But beneath the frescoes and the murmured prayers, something writhes. Ancient stones hold secrets darker than midnight confessions. Every flicker of candlelight seems to hint at monstrous forms lurking just beyond sight. Cecilia's haven is a gilded prison, and the question isn't if the horrors will break free, but when.

They say the devil's greatest trick was convincing the world he didn't exist. Mohan, it seems, is out to prove them wrong. Filmed on location in Rome, where every cobblestone whispers tales of saints and sinners, "Immaculate" promises a chilling exploration of faith pushed to its breaking point. Is it salvation Cecilia will find, or damnation?

Mark your calendars, fiends of fear: "Immaculate" hits the silver screen on March 22nd, 2024. Neon, those masters of horror unsettling cinema, bring us this offering – brace yourselves for a descent into divine madness.


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