Following her husband's death, a young woman gets involved with another man but begins to fear that her husband's spirit is returning from the grave to claim her.




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Stephanie Colet ...
Corie Henninger ...
Timothy Palcic ...
Mrs. Washington
Wendell Willat ...


Alice Darrow's terminally ill husband whispers 'I'll come back' just before he dies. Puzzled but determined to get on with her life, Alice starts to see subtle signs that her husband may be trying to communicate with her from beyond the grave. Alice's fear is magnified by the guilt she feels about having fallen in love with another man before her husband passed away. As she starts developing a new romantic relationship, strange occurrences and visitations begin to worsen. Her mentally ill mother claims to have seen the dead husband. When a stranger appears outside Alice's house, she takes a photo of him that seems to change every time she looks at it. Alice explores several explanations, including the possibility that she is losing her mind, or that someone is playing practical jokes on her. A chance encounter leads Alice to discover that one of her husband's last wishes wasn't fulfilled. She attempts to correct the transgression, hoping this will put to rest any unresolved issues. ... Written by Anonymous

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suspense | supernatural | ghost | See All (3) »


He just can't die without her.


Thriller | Horror

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Rated PG-13 for brief violence | See all certifications »


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28 July 2003 (USA)  »

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$35,000 (estimated)

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Sadly Bad
9 July 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Low budget? Okay, fine; not a problem. If the story is good, then who needs seven-figure special effects? (If I had a buck for every time I've suffered through the reverse, I could tear up the mortgage right now.) And even if the story isn't so hot...well, then, capable acting and directing still can carry most efforts through.

Sadly, both munched in this ultimately poor film; which is even more unfortunate, because the atmosphere was creepy enough. But I've witnessed more believable emoting in a middle school play. The dialog especially was delivered as if most of the "actors" were reading it for the first time. One take, maybe?

That IS low-budget.

As well, I notice from the IMDb that this was the first film for many of the primaries. It shows.

So, I give this gobbler three stars, and all of it for the unnerving ambiance--essentially the only thing that worked.

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