A young successful author and her photographer husband buy a stunning and mysterious mansion on the outskirts of small town New England to find inspiration to continue her writing. What she... See full summary »

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David Homb ...
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Taylor Bernard ...
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V. Joy Lee ...
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Devon Myers ...
Lilyan Chauvin ...
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Geof Prysirr ...
Robert 'Bob' Thompkins - Real estate agent
Wanda Smith ...
Regina Puccietti Carnovasch
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A young successful author and her photographer husband buy a stunning and mysterious mansion on the outskirts of small town New England to find inspiration to continue her writing. What she finds instead is the maddening horrors of its previous owner. Will she survive it? Written by cadetgonzo

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Pray It's Only A Nightmare

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Adventure | Horror

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M | See all certifications »

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August 1995 (USA)  »

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Roberta Williams' Phantasmagoria  »

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2.00 : 1
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Trivia

This game remains to date the best selling title developed by Sierra interactive studios. See more »

Goofs

When Adrienne exits the general store, the Open/Close sign shows that the store is actually closed when it is open. See more »

Quotes

[Adrienne touches the mirror in the dining room which triggers a vision of Carno with his second wife, Victoria. Victoria sits at the dining table, drunk, with a bottle of wine and a half drunk wine glass, when Carno enters and steps behind her]
Victoria Valmont Carnovasch: Well, well, look who's here! The great Carno!
[Carno begins to stroke Victoria's hair, which Victoria brashly pushes away. Carno roughly stands Victoria up. Victoria grabs her drink and throws the remaining wine in Carno's face]
Victoria Valmont Carnovasch: Here's to you!
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Featured in Icons: Scary Games (2002) See more »

Soundtracks

Take a Stand
Written by Mark Seibert
Performed by Mark Seibert
Mike Berkowitz - Bass, Paul Thaxter - Drums, Jacqueline Goodwin - Lead Vocal
Recorded at Maximus
Engineered by Jeff Hall
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general praise
21 April 2000 | by (palestine) – See all my reviews

Ok, call me generous (or stupid), but I loved this game. Ok, 'tolerant' is another thing to call me. The idea was good, the graphics weren't bad at all, BUT it wasn't as scary as the hype suggested. I'm happy 'cos it was the only game I could finish in 2 days (not necessarily a good thing). Still, I loved it.


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