Fifteen-year-old Deena Marten wants the same freedom every teenager craves. But when she can't have her way, her rebellious temperament erupts in violence. Her parents, Stephanie and Todd, ... See full summary »
Hannah goes back to her hometown (Gatlin) to find out who her mother is, but on the way she picks up a strange man who fore-shadows her life with a passage from the bible. When she gets ... See full summary »
Mark Schall kills his mother-in-law and wounds his father-in-law in the middle of the night, then turns himself in. He claims, however, that he cannot remember the crime itself. His defense... See full summary »
Jon Porter returns to his hometown after the sudden and bizarre death of his mother. He hopes to leave as soon as the funeral is over but it's too late. The sinister forces that caused his sister's brutal murder 30 years ago are back. Jon knows the nightmare can't continue. He must stand up to his fear and exorcise the demons who have risen again to take posession of his beautiful teenage daughter - body and soul. Written by
Alexis Arquette who plays the main villain went through a sex change and is now a woman. See more »
When Tony taps the blood pool with his knife, the edges of the pool set on fire. If you look closely, surrounding the pool is a ring that allows the fire to ignite. See more »
[to Steve as he is held underground]
Hey, Steve! I've been thinking... we never had a chance to get to know each other. You know, I'm not such a bad guy once you get to know me. Here's a question: If a gardener with a big mouth is alone in the field being tortured and no-one has to hear him scream, does it still hurt?
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After the credits, Alexis Arquette re-appears in the psychiatrist's office to announce that he's back. See more »
These family ties prove that boys DO cry (at atrocious films)
Successful shrink, Jon Porter (Michael Gross of Family Ties and Tremors fame) is unexpectedly called back to his childhood home after his mother dies of mysterious causes with the intentions of paying his respects, selling the house and getting the hell out of dodge with his daughter (Hillary Swank who I'm sure doesn't keep this film on her resumé) but an assortment of ghostly teenagers have different plans.
So much squandered talent between Swank, Gross, and the fat kid from The Sandlot trapped in an awful script that makes the first film (of which this only shares a title and tenacious source material with) look like fillet mignonette to this ones week-old hamburger that someone fished out of a particularly pungent dumpster. Bad acting, horrible special effects, and just all-around godawful. Skip it.
My Grade: D-
Eye Candy: Leslie Danon and Jennifer Aspen get briefly topless
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