The day Karen and Ed Parker move into their dream home, ominous clues of its chilling funeral parlor past greet them: crucifixes on doors, toe tags and coffin keys in the basement. Their 14-year-old son, Paul, claims he sees apparitions and hears voices. Soon, the house is plagued by dark forces that torment the entire family, and it will take a desperate call to Edward and Lorraine Warren-investigators of the Amityville haunting-to offer any hope of relief. Written by
Echo Bridge Home Entertainment
[as Ed Parker removes the lightbulbs from the boys' basement bedroom]
Dad, please don't do this, the lights keep them away!Dad, please, I don't want to see them anymore, Dad!
See what you've done to your brother?
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I saw this episode when it aired back in '02 and was totally sucked into the storyline within minutes. The combination of high production values, movie-quality direction, and terrifying storyline had me hypnotized. I've seen a LOT of horror movies over the years, but only a handful really had me looking under my bed.
This was one of them.
The narrator, Anthony Call, has a perfect campfire-story delivery that genuinely adds to the proceedings. After watching this episode I learned to never buy a house that was once a funeral parlor.
Even if you don't believe in the paranormal, give this fine TV series a chance. You won't regret it. Oh, and I dare you to watch it alone.
On a stormy night.
In the dark. heh heh heh
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