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Aria Noelle Curzon
A once successful writer secludes himself in the mountains after a writers block. The pressure of writing a masterpiece again is too overwhelming. Heavy drinking start to dominate his life until one day something visits him.
Several college students are brutally murdered in a small college town and the killer is still on the loose. In an attempt to seek the truth, a journalism student misguidedly finds herself in a storm of intrigue, jealousy, devil worship, and the haunting of misunderstood forces that roam the college town. Will she discover the town's long buried secrets? Or will she find out that some secrets are better left concealed? Written by
I don't have much to say except this- once all those Hollywood movies that rely on a CGI creature/monster, tons of blood, gore, and fake, sudden scares are long forgotten, this one will definitely stand out. This is a dramatic, moving, and nonetheless truly frightening psychological thriller. I enjoyed this teaser better than any other (the reason being- its beautiful score and stunning performances from Richmond Arquette and Darcy Fowers) This is not your traditional horror movie, this is what movies is all about. P.S You'll enjoy it more if you watch it on a DVD system, in the dark, by yourself, on the biggest TV set you can find =]
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