The Possession (2012)

Rating: PG-13 (for mature thematic material involving violence and disturbing sequences)
Genre: Horror, Mystery & Suspense
Directed By: Ole Bornedal
Written By: Stiles White, Juliet Snowden
In Theaters: Aug 31, 2012 Wide
On Disc/Streaming: Jan 15, 2013
Box Office: $49,100,000
Runtime: 92 minutes
Studio: Lionsgate Films

The basketball coach Clyde and his wife Stephanie divorced a couple of months ago and their teenage daughter Hannah and the girl Emily ‘Em’ live with their mother and spend the weekends with their father. One day, Clyde stops his car in a yard sale and Em buys an antique carved box and becomes obsessed with it. Em finds the hidden lock and releases an evil spirit that possesses her. Soon Clyde discovers that Em has a problem, but his ex-wife and her boyfriend Brett do not pay attention to him and get a restraining order against Clyde. Clyde seeks out Professor McMannis and when he sees the box, he explains that it is the Dibbuk Box, where a fiend is trapped inside. He also explains that the box should not be open; otherwise the person will be possessed by the spirit. Now Clyde travels to a Jewish community in New York and the rabbi’s son Tzadok returns with him expecting to exorcise Em to save the girl.