A newlywed couple Ted and Lauren rent and old farm house to do a thesis on orbs and set up cameras, Strange ghostly noises and hauntings occur at night. Ted sees video of Lauren, possessed and wandering the fields at night. When their roommate kills himself they decide to do a séance to see what is haunting the house. Little do they know what they hear and fear is nothing they can pray away.
From the creative mind of the award-winning director, Todd Douglas Bailey, comes a thrilling tale of three young filmmakers on a quest to shoot an investigative documentary about an old ... See full summary »
Todd Douglas Bailey
The legend of Yamashita's Gold lures a treasure hunter and his group deep into the Indonesian jungle. Once they are trapped in an abandoned World War II Japanese bunker, they face the terrifying reality that the only way out is to go further in.
From the makers of The Last Exorcism comes a boldly original vision of horror. What if the most chilling novel of all time was actually based on a true account of a horrific experiment gone... See full summary »
Timothy V. Murphy
Seattle, USA, 1999. At the demand of MEG, a camera crew investigates the strange course of events that brought STEVEN H., her boyfriend, to be hospitalized. Steven's condition is serious. ... See full summary »
Staci Tara Moore,
1940: the entire population of Friar, New Hampshire walked up a winding mountain trail, leaving everything behind. 2008: the first official expedition into the wilderness attempts to solve the mystery of the lost citizens of Friar.
Two versions of the movie were shot. The first in early 1997 which featured the director Ron Bonk (acting under Chris Irvine) cast as the cameraman Rudy Reynolds with Debbie Rochon, Thomas Minlon, Tina Krause and Jerry O'Sullivan. The movie was re-shot in 1999 with a slew of different actors of Jason Reed, Lisa Chelezna, Chrissy Frick, and Bob Fullenbaum in a re-telling of the same story. Both versions were directed and photographed by Ron Bonk. See more »
I know there's a guy going around bashing this movie everywhere he can and he's got all his buddies joining in. Apparently he has some personal issue with the producer hidden behind the guise of not liking the movie. But don't let him and his friends mislead you, STRAWBERRY ESTATES is a very good horror movie. It has some low budget issues, but it's interesting, entertaining, scary and well made. Give it a chance. It's talky for the first hour but then non stop scares. And the scary parts are amongst the scariest I have ever seen. I gave the movie a 10 just to counter the obvious bashing for bash sakes of this movie, in reality I'd give it a 7.5.
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