Lovely Molly producer Robin Cowie, created by Haxan Films, distributed by Image Entertainment
January, 2012 – September, 2011
> Developed the creative and raised the private equity investment
> Co-produced the film with Court Five
> Delivered the film to Image Entertainment
Lovely Molly is a 2012 horror film directed by Eduardo Sánchez. The film initially had a working title of The Possession but was later changed.
The plot follows newlyweds Molly and Tim as they move into the bride’s childhood home, where painful memories soon begin to haunt Molly.
This feature was made for a very challenging budget. It meant that the filmmaking was hands on with everybody wearing multiple hats.
It is perhaps the darkest project Lovely Molly producer Robin Cowie has worked on as they had a number of strange events happen during and after filming. It was also successfully distributed around the world by Image Entertainment.
Lovely Molly received positive reviews from The New York Times and the A.V. Club, with the latter praising Gretchen Lodge’s performance and favorably comparing the film to Roman Polanski’s Repulsion (1965). Little White Lies also praised both Lodge’s “transformative performance” and Sánchez’s “challengingly ambiguous” tone.
Special shout out to our three amazing lead actors: