One thing I love to see is an actor continue on from their long running television show. You get so attached to them and when the show is over, you don’t just miss the show, you miss seeing them on tv. I’m not going to lie, I’m a big fan of Pretty Little Liars (it’s giallo tinged to wazoo) and it was on air forever. Now that it’s gone, I miss the girls from Rosewood but it’s always exciting to see them in genre work. Shay Mitchell stars in The Possession of Hannah Grace and we’re excited to see the Sony Pictures film make it’s way to blu, which you can pick up February 26th.

Or, if you’re real impatient (like we are) it’ll be hitting VOD February 19th. Find the details for the release below!

Death is only the beginning in the heart pounding horror thriller THE POSSESSION OF HANNAH GRACE, debuting on Digital February 19 and on Blu-ray™ and DVD February 26 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. 

Shay Mitchell (“Pretty Little Liars”) stars as a cop just out of rehab, who takes the graveyard shift in a city hospital morgue where she faces a series of bizarre, violent events caused by an evil entity in one of the corpses. THE POSSESSION OF HANNAH GRACE also stars Grey Damon (“Station 19”), Kirby Johnson (5150), Louis Herthum (“Westworld”) and Stana Katic (“Castle”).

THE POSSESSION OF HANNAH GRACE  Digital, Blu-ray™ and DVD releases come loaded with bonus content, including a deleted scene and two behind-the-scenes featurettes. Take a deep dive with the killer cast and get to know the film’s characters a little better with Shay Mitchell, Grey Damon, Nick Thune (Venom) and Kirby Johnson.  In “An Autopsy of Hannah,” go behind the scenes with head makeup artist Adrien Morot and uncover the transformation process, learning Adrien’s vision for the character, tricks for nailing the look, and what it took to get into the creepy mindset of Hannah Grace. Slashes and gashes and cuts, oh my! Finally, it must get lonely spending night after night alone in a morgue—see how Megan (Shay Mitchell) keeps herself entertained during the long shifts in “Megan’s Diaries.”