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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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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August 1995 (USA)  »

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Roberta Williams' Phantasmagoria  »

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

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One of pages of Lou Ann's scrapbook says that Carno stayed in hospital for two weeks, but next page says that he left the hospital after about eight days. See more »

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[Adrienne touches the mirror to trigger a vision of Carno and his third wife Leonora. Carno has Leonora in a torture device frame with her arms and legs shackled and her head strapped in a 360 degree rotating vice]
Leonora Moody Carnovasch: [sobbing] Don't hurt me, Zoltan! Don't hurt...
Zoltan 'Carno' Carnovasch: You never stop talking, do you? Never, never! You just keep going on, and on, and on, AND ON!
Leonora Moody Carnovasch: [fearfully sobbing] No! No! No! No! Mmmmppphh!
[Carno stuffs a rag in Leonora's mouth]
Leonora Moody Carnovasch: [suffocated] Mmmmmmphhhh!
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Referenced in Troldspejlet: Frankenstein and Me (1997) 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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Classic Computer Game, But is it Good?
28 August 1999 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I have to agree with the other comments here on why the game really isn't good. In fact, the first time I played it, I wrote scathing posts on AOL years ago about how bad it was. However, I've since found that I enjoy playing the game just to look at the mansion. That much I enjoy. The entire game was shot on a blue screen and everything you see, all the sets have been computer generated. That is the uniqueness of the game. As far as scary or good horror writing, no. It's okay as an interactive horror movie. If you play it as such, you'll probably enjoy it. But if you have in mind to play an actual game, forget it. This thing should have only been billed as an interactive horror movie. You can't really call the few clicks that you do game play. I suggest you pick it up cheap somewhere and just try it as an interactive horror movie. For real gameplay, you're better of with Realms of the Haunting.


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