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Posted at: Dec 6, 2018, 1:09 AM; last updated: Dec 6, 2018, 1:09 AM (IST)

Soul searching

You may think you know what you’re about to watch, but you truly have no idea: Shay Mitchel

Supernatural thriller The Possession Of Hannah Grace is all set to release in India on December 7. Shay Mitchel, who plays the lead role of Megan Reed in the movie, talks to us about the film and more:

What’s the film all about?

The film is about Megan Reed, an ex-cop who does the graveyard shifts at a morgue, to basically keep herself out of trouble and to also overcome some of her inner demons as well as exterior ones. 

The morgue itself plays a character in the film. Your comment!

It is creepy. Because even though the morgue was a set, it felt like a real morgue. I mean, there’s some energy to it, you know. 

How is your character, Megan, gets affected with these supernatural events?

Megan thinks she is hearing things. But she does not want to sound any crazier. She knows how people feel about her. She is already dealing with so much, that she is trying to separate the two—is this reality, is this not? 

Who is Hannah Grace in the film?

Hannah Grace was a young girl who was possessed and went through an exorcism, but that did not fix the problem. It is what takes place after that. It is really when you die your soul takes on a whole new journey on its own. 

Why are people fascinated with such stories? 

There have been many true stories about it. With horror movies, I always watch to see if it based on a true story. That freaks me out.  

What can your fans expect?

I can tell my fans and everyone that just go watch this movie. You may think you know what you’re about to watch, but you truly have no idea. This is unlike anything you have ever seen before.

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