Brad, by day, is a painter for the apartment building he lives in but in his off hours he is an avid paranormal investigator. He enjoys researching and documenting strange occurrences. ... See full summary »

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Justin Asher ...
Co-Worker #2
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Brad / Seeker
Suzanne Camilli ...
Pizza Girl
Kelly Green ...
Mike
Robert Jordan ...
Co-Worker #1
Danielle Michelle McRae ...
Little Dead Girl
Jo Lynne Palmer ...
Margret Curran
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Coffee Girl
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Angie (as Corie Mitchell)
Grace Weatherford ...
Fiery Redhead
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Brad, by day, is a painter for the apartment building he lives in but in his off hours he is an avid paranormal investigator. He enjoys researching and documenting strange occurrences. However his greatest reward is helping people, who are having experiences with lost souls, find a way to send the spirits to the next level. That is until one night while trying to help "Fiery Redhead" in a chat room, he is pulled into the experience and learns more about the entity than he ever wanted to know.......Now it's his turn to seek help! (Based on a true story) Written by Anthony Howald

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22 October 2003 (USA)  »

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Simply Amazed that this is a First
1 July 2004 | by (Memphis, TN) – See all my reviews

Working along with the cast and crew of this film was absolutely amazing. Upon viewing the finished product, I could simply not believe that this was Rusted Sun Films first production. It was done as a short to see if they had the talents to make a "real movie." Bravo. I think that the "real movie" will knock people out of their chairs. Even though there was a lot of walking in the film, it makes the Memphis area look gorgeous (enough to fool those who have never seen those areas).

It's funny, scary, and a great little "first short" from an amazing group of filmmakers. I just wish it would have been longer. Those interested should check out the new films from this group, as well as, the website


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