Cult experiments from the ’60s bring inner demons to life in the present day for a group of strained friends in the new movie House of Demons, starring Amber Benson. With House of Demons out now on DVD and digital from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, we've been provided with an exclusive clip to share with Daily Dead readers.

You can watch breakfast take an unexpected turn in our exclusive clip from House of Demons below, and visit the movie on Amazon to learn more about the new home media release.

"Gwen, Matthew, Katrina, and Spencer were best friends for years, until a terrible tragedy tore them apart, and left all of them in a state of arrested development. Ten years later, they're reunited for a destination wedding to stay together in a rented house. What they don't know is in the late 60s, the house was home to a Manson Family-like cult, run by Frazer, a charismatic former scientist pushing the boundaries of human consciousness.  

His experiments echo through time and manifest everyone's darkest fears and memories before them as time blurs and Frazer's cult and the present day collide. Over the course of one long night, everyone must confront their darkness or be destroyed by it.

Written & directed by Patrick Meaney. Stars Amber Benson (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Kaytlin Borgen (Hawaii Five-0), Morgan Peter Brown (Castle, Parks and Recreation)Dove Meir (DIG), Chloe Dykstra (Heroes of Cosplay), Tiffany Smith (DC All Access), Taliesin Jaffe (Critical Role), Whitney Moore (Birdemic), Jeff Torres (Pitch)

PATRICK MEANEY (Writer/Director/Producer/Editor) is an award winning filmmaker who has explored the art of storytelling documentary films like Grant Morrison: Talking With GodsNeil Gaiman: Dream Dangerously and The Image Revolution. His films have appeared on Netflix, Starz, Hulu and Amazon Prime, and have played festivals around the world. He also co-created the comic book series Last Born for Black Mask Studios. House ofDemons is his first narrative feature as director."

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