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New MOLOCH movie trailer

In Moloch, 38-year-old Betriek lives at the edge of a peat bog in the North of the Netherlands. When she and her family are attacked by a random stranger one night, Betriek sets out to find an explanation. The more she digs, the more she becomes convinced that she is being hunted by something ancient.

Within the Netherlands, Moloch is launched theatrically on May 19, 2022 and will premiere internationally on the Shudder streaming platform on July 21, 2022.

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Jose Renteria
Jose Renteria
1 month ago

Don’t give the devil your time

ncdanger
ncdanger
1 month ago

Hate to say it. Looks good! My guilty pleasure is horror films. This looks to be along the lines of Ari Aster’s Hereditary.

stevencasteel
stevencasteel
1 month ago
Reply to  ncdanger

Eh… I’m now under the persuasion that watching something like this invites unclean spirits into your home. Probably like this for a lot of non horror movies too to be honest.

confederacy_of_dunces
confederacy_of_dunces
1 month ago
Reply to  stevencasteel

It’s a film not an invite to imaginary ghosts. You need to get a grip man

twelvetwentytwo
twelvetwentytwo
1 month ago

Every cause has an effect and ignorance and/or wanting to be blind is irrelevant to the outcome. I get it, horror is fun but a lot of things are fun – it doesn’t mean dark entities won’t feast upon your energy. It can be as simple as bringing drama in your life or any inconvenience. Lower astral entities like chaos & trouble so… I’m just saying you’re opening the front door to spiritual thieves and all in the name of “fun”… at least if you’re going to watch this kinda movie make sure you direct & protect your energy! make a statement like “I’m watching this for fun purposes, any negative entity isn’t welcome in my energy & I’m protected by the divine” or something like that ofc I don’t want to bring fear upon anyone’s life. I just wanna educate people because in the astral/spiritual realm every little action and every little thought COUNTS so directing them and being conscious and vigilant goes a long way!

LOVE & LIGHT to all of you ✨✨🤍

Last edited 1 month ago by twelvetwentytwo
SubtlySure
SubtlySure
1 month ago

I’m not entirely opposed to this disclaimer. The principles I agree with. I’d add, however, that the name of Jesus has more power to protect you, when wielded in faith, than does claiming general protection of an unnamed divine. Names are power.

SubtlySure
SubtlySure
1 month ago

One thing to consider: Even if the watching of the film itself doesn’t invite demons, many of these films (and songs) actually include chants/prayers/incantations. They initially appear to be a part of the story (that’s their cover.) But in reality, these incantations can be implemented against you.

Never forget, the devil is The Accuser. Like in a court. He is your prosecutor. He will leverage ANYTHING against you that he can.

“Look, Mr. Confederacy of Dunces allowed this ancient demonic ritual to be spoken into his home. He didn’t reject it. He didn’t pray against it. He didn’t even look uncomfortable with it. I submit to this heavenly court that Mr. Conf. isn’t against our influence at all. In fact, he rather enjoys our company. Therefore I move that we, Legion, be granted further access to his life in the forms of A/B/C.” And the Judge will have no choice, because you’ve tied his hands.

Access. Granted.