Trailer And Poster Released For ‘The Parish’ Starring Bill Oberst, Jr.

We absolutely adore 3 From Hell’s Bill Oberst, Jr. (read our interviews with him here and here) here at PopHorror. He’s not only a great actor, but he’s also a humble, honest man who takes on some of the industry’s—and history’s—most notable bad guys. However, in The Parish, available this March from Uncork’d Entertainment, Bill plays a priest named Father Felix who goes out on a limb to help a widowed mother save her teenage daughter from darkness. A new trailer and poster has been released, and we wanted to share them with you.


From the press release:

Angela DiMarco (Mr. Bleachers, Grimm TV series), Sanae Loutsis (Friday the 13th Vengeance) and horror staple Bill Oberst Jr (3 From Hell, Circus of the Dead) star in The Parish, premiering on DVD and Digital March 16, 2021.

A widow haunted by the gruesome death of her husband uproots her daughter and moves them to a peaceful rural town. Then the real nightmares begin when she and her daughter stumble upon a long-buried scandal. They team up with the town’s priest after encountering a creepy young boy, a hostile janitor and a blood thirsty nun who will stop at nothing to protect the deadly secrets of The Parish.

Scripted by Todd Downing, The Parish stars Angela DiMarco, Sanae Loutsis, Ray Tagavilla, Bill Oberst Jr., Sara Coates, Gin Hammond, Amber Wolfe, Ryan Sanders, Lucas Oktay, and Jonathan Holbrook. David S. Hogan directs. Released by Uncork’d Entertainment on March 16, 2021.

The Parish is available for pre-order through Amazon.

Here’s the chilling poster for The Parish! And stay tuned for our upcoming review of the film!

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