AIYAI: Wrathful Soul is an English Psychological Supernatural Horror-Thriller Feature film with an International broad-spectrum appeal. Not just your typical horror, AIYAI is fueled by an original, content-rich screenplay navigated by relatable distinct characters. Designed to be an all-round entertainer, the audience is in for some extraordinary acting performances, thrills, chills and scares.
AIYAI: A WRATHFUL SOUL THEATRICAL TRAILER
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The full cast of Aiyai: Wrathful Soul is shown below:
- Kabir Singh as Kiran
- Tahlia Jade Holt as Sara Martin
- Korey Williams as Steve Lewis
- Anthony Miller as Police Officer #1
- Salvatore Merenda as Dave
- Vinod Mohana Sundaram as Felix
- Richard Huggett as Albert Fisher
- Marco Sinigaglia as Willy
- Rhiannon Watson as Young lady
- Pennyanne Lace as Amy
- Ozzie Devrish as Tom
- Craig Ingham as Michael
- Asabi Goodman as Police woman
- Wayne Bassett as Sammy Green
- Pearl Grantham as a Restaurant customer
- Graceyn Arkinstall as Waitress
- William Wensley as Darren
- Alex Contis as Restaurant customer
- Ged Maybury as Old man
- Vicky Loughrey as Elise Blake
- Therese Westbrook as Michelle Simms
- Jack McGuigan as Chef Jack
- Duzgun Ozturk as Chef Tony
- Jessica Berry as a Restaurant customer
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AIYAI Official Trailer
The story revolves around a young man, Kiran who becomes plagued by mysterious tragedies of people around him. While these incidents perplex the police and investigators, Kiran’s behaviour becomes increasingly erratic with each tragedy – he experiences visions of events he is unable to understand or explain. Little does he realize, that he is the conduit for an unknown spirit which lures victims to their chilling fates.
It’s been a long time coming, but the first trailer for the upcoming psychological supernatural thriller film, ‘AIYAI: A Wrathful Soul’ delivers on scares for an International audience.
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Filmed in Brisbane and regional Queensland by cinematographer Damien Beebe and debutant director Ilanthirayan Alan Arumugam, the movie is set for release worldwide on 27th February 2020.
Method actor Kabir Singh plays the lead role, supported by upcoming talent Tahlia Jade Holt and industry veterans Richard Huggett and Ozzie Dervish.
Much of the film takes place at Jimbour Homestead in regional Queensland and features scenes shot in Brisbane’s historic Toowong Cemetery.
In the words of writer-director Ilanthirayan Alan Arumugam
“AIYAI will have a broad international appeal. It is fueled by an original, content-rich screenplay navigated by relatable distinct characters. It will delve deeper into the effect of supernatural activity on the human psyche. The team has tried to stay as true as possible to the actual accounts that the story is inspired by.”
Based on real events, the story follows Kiran, a young man who becomes plagued by mysterious tragedies of people around him. While these incidents perplex the police and investigators, Kiran’s behaviour becomes increasingly erratic with each tragedy – he experiences visions of events he is unable to understand or explain. Little does he realize, that he is the conduit for an unknown spirit that lures victims to their chilling fates.
The film’s producer, Kanesh Mohana Sundaram, describes it as a fresh take on the horror genre, distancing itself from jump scares and gore to focus on realism. “The VFX and CGI have been kept to a minimum with very subtle inferences to a traditional supernatural force. The audience is in for a rollercoaster ride of extraordinary acting performances, thrills, chills, scares and pure entertainment.”