After a stint in a psychiatric facility Jessica, her husband and a friend move to remote farm they have recently purchased. There they find a young woman by the name of Emily living in the house and they invite her to stay. When Jessica goes for a swim in the lake, she sees a body just below the water's surface. When they go into the village to sell some old furniture, they learn that a woman by the name of Abigail Bishop drowned in the lake and her body was never found. Local folklore has that Abigail is now a vampire roaming the countryside. A mute blond girl leads her to the body of a dead man but the body is not there when Jessica goes for help. Jessica and those around begin to wonder if she is losing her mind. Written by
Something is after Jessica. Something very cold, very wet... and very dead...
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Did You Know?
The antiques dealer explains to Jessica, the lampshade's style is known as malefiori, meaning "flowers of evil". The correct name is millefiori, which means "one thousand flowers" in Italian. See more
Throughout the movie (most notably at exactly 7:01 into the movie), you see the license plate of the hearse they drive is a New York plate, 1Z-7663. However, If you pause it just right at exactly 41:27 into the movie, you can clearly see the car's front license plate reads 4G-3375. Later on in the movie (at exactly 1:00:08) you see the front plate is back to 1Z-7663. See more
Look what they're driving. Damn hippies, creeps!
Some welcoming committee.
I don't think they like our mode of transportation.
Look at those bandages. I think these guys are left over from the Civil War.
[to the old men
It's cheaper than a station wagon!
[They drive off, laughing