A female student wins a scholarship from the elite private Abadon art school. What she doesn't know is that a horrible experiment was conducted there decades ago and someone wants to do it again. A couple of students goes missing and she starts hearing voices that can instantly drain all of her willpower. She befriends a strange but friendly older paranormal investigator, who seems to know more than he's leading on both about the school and her. The school was founded by the ominous Abadon family and its current headmistress is the only living Abadon family member left. She has a special interest in the young student. Is the place haunted, what was the experiment about and why is everyone so interested in this girl? The movie is partially edited from Negatives (1988) and into Fright House (1989) (V).
Did You Know?
In the movie, the last name Abadon is intentionally very similar to Abaddon. In the Hebrew Bible, Abaddon is the name of a bottomless pit that leads to the realm of the dead. In the New Testament, the Book of Revelation also mentions Abaddon but as the name of the angel of destruction and king of the armies of locusts. In Greek and Latin, the word is translated as the Destroyer. See more
Edited from Negatives