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Science can't explain it. No one can. A seemingly ordinary stone has been brought to the attention of four of the best paranormal experts in the world. As the hours progress, they find out ... See full summary »



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Kevin Mayberry ...
Shirlethea Tanya Holmes ...
Ben Irvin ...
Robert G. Christie ...
Professor Michenson
Lead Scientist
Scientist #2
Scientist #3
Steven Kovalic ...
Scientist #4
Jevon Patrick ...
Scientist #5
Patricia Talmadge Berry ...
Scientist #6
Balbina Meyer ...
Scientist #7
Scientist #8
Andrea Barker ...
Scientist #10
Michelle Schaefer ...
Janey Michenson


Science can't explain it. No one can. A seemingly ordinary stone has been brought to the attention of four of the best paranormal experts in the world. As the hours progress, they find out why. The stone emits sounds, in no particular order, and no one can record them. But why? And how can it do this? This chilling discovery haunts them to the core of their minds and souls... but they can't escape the Sobbing Stone. What they find is a kind of truth that will change their lives forever. The Sobbing Stone... you've got to hear it... to believe. Written by Stacie Jones

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To All Naysayers
12 August 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

To ALL Naysayers,, Certainly, everyone is entitled to their opinion. I'm sure if Mr. Christie were present, he would probably say exactly the same thing. However, there is a vast difference between voicing your opinion, and merely posting for the sheer sake of seeing your post on this forum. You may pat yourselves on the back for your "cleverness" at bad-mouthing the work of others, but some of you cross a line from opinion, to looking unintelligent and being just plain rude. Having watched The Sobbing Stone, I can tell you that nearly 100% of the faults found in this movie are due to a lack of budget, not from a lack of talent, creativity, or vision from the director. Without a budget, a filmmaker is extremely limited in his or her equipment, and crew. Without a budget, that also means you can't afford A list actors. A normal three to four month shoot gets narrowed down to three weeks at best. Without a budget, you can't afford the special effects one would like. This doesn't mean he, and the cast and crew, shouldn't be commended for their effort. At least they are doing something other than wasting their time on a board bad-mouthing others. Everyone starts somewhere. If the director was fortunate enough to be born into the business, or if he was a multi-millionaire, we all would be having quite a different discussion. Since he is not, he like everyone else in this industry, has to work their way up. I can assure you that he has the talent to one day command the necessary budget. Obviously, many others think so as well.

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