Screen Rat are pleased to present an exclusive clip from the new Irish horror film Inappropriate, arrived digitally on March 14 — just in time for St. Patrick’s Day. Directed by John Wright (Catchers), also co-written by him and Mark Stay, Inappropriate Follows a pair of Londoners who leave their home for the Irish countryside, but soon hear about mysterious creatures living in the ancient food court outside their garden. Known in folklore as Redcaps, these evil gnomes send help when called upon, but at a steep price.

Inappropriate stars Hannah John-Kamen (returning soon Inside the MCU Thunderstorms) as Maya and Douglas Booth (Pride and Prejudice and Zombies) as Jaime. Their escape to Ireland is meant to provide a safer life for their unborn child, but they quickly encounter those who seek to harm them. Unfortunately, Maya’s frantic attempts to protect her young family may put her in even more danger than before.

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In Screen Ratexclusive clip from Inappropriate, Maya’s daily routine was disrupted by the breaking of the window pane next to her. One of the contractors is Eoin Whelan (played by Game of Thrones star Christian Nairn), accidentally smashing it with his ladder, but Jamie leaves in a fit of rage when he hears Eoin’s brothers’ belligerent laughter. He accuses them of theft, Maya tries to keep the peace, until a full-on brawl breaks out when Daddy Whelan (Colm Meaney) starts hitting his son.

Even without the Redcaps in the scene above, Inappropriate first of all, it is a characteristic of existence. Director John Wright and co-writer Mark Stay were inspired by films such as Gremlins and Straw dogs unwanted participation, as well as in forming one’s own perspective on the film’s themes of violence and its consequences. inappropriate, The film, which is distributed by Well Go Entertainment, also stars Chris Walley, Jamie-Lee O’Donnell and Niamh Cusack.

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Inappropriate is currently playing in select theaters and will be available on digital platforms starting March 14.