Over Thanksgiving weekend, all but five students in an old Manhattan building that's now a college dormitory leave for home: staying on one floor are roommates Lauren, Melina, and Alison, plus her boyfriend Diego and Grant, a loner in a room down the hall. Lauren's been seeing things in her bathroom: a silent child of about six. Diego has written a paper on parapsychology, so he holds a séance with the disbelieving co-eds. Something goes awry, because bad things start to happen and the students' only defender is an aging campus cop named Syd. What's the silent ghostly girl's secret, and can Alison discover what's going on before it's too late? Written by
I really enjoyed this movie. I have been disappointed by horror films too many times either due to plot or just simply poor quality film making as well as non convincing B-movie actors.
Seance is very eerie.
No, it was not released as a big budget- blockbuster type of film, but it has continuity and was well worth my time. It was dark and suspenseful and the actors were convincing!!!
I do not understand the comment by "lumocolor(from the UK)" ..Your disappointment is baffling...but I guess everyone has a right to their own opinion.
...I often call myself "Horrorpro" due to my lifetime experience of viewing the horror film genre'. If you love scary movies (I have viewed well over a hundred films in the past decade)...trust me... This movie is for horror film lovers. If you enjoy supernatural horror you will definitely love Seance..
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