A mailman dabbles in the occult and unleashes demons that torment him and his family. A white witch attempting to help only makes things worse.

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Anthony D. Call ...
Himself - Narrator (voice)
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Randy Ervin (as Kendall Tuttle)
Kathy Strauss ...
Belva Ervin
Mariah Brillhart ...
Tammy Ervin
Ricky Chaplain ...
Roy Ervin
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Mike Bosick
Mikayla Park ...
Nora
Stacey Ortiz ...
Paula
William Mick ...
Doctor Moyer
Dave Olsen ...
Minister
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Demon
Brigette Baldwin ...
Resident 1 (as Bridgette Baldwin)
Randy Ervin ...
Himself
Tammy Ervin ...
Herself
Mike Bosick ...
Himself - White Witch
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Randy Irvin is a young man just starting out in life. He works as a mailman and lives in a house his father is renovating. When Randy and his father find bones in the basement of the house, Randy takes an interest in the occult. He buys a book on the subject, and using it, attempts to summon demons. Unaware that he has actually succeeded in doing so, Randy watches in amazement as his life begins to spiral out of control. When his mother and sister come to visit him, they, too, are subjected to torment from the demons. Unsure where to turn, Randy seeks help to rid himself and his family of these demons before it is too late. Written by dwr246

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26 October 2006 (USA)  »

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Some scary moments when unseen demonic spirits cause havoc...
15 August 2009 | by (U.S.A.) – See all my reviews

If it's goosebumps you want, this one fills the bill. A young mailman discovers his house has been built over Indian burial grounds. Sound familiar? We've seen this kind of plot before, but at least it does have an air of dread hanging over the whole thing, especially when the demons come out to play.

The mailman's mother is psychic and feels something terrible is going on with her son who lives at a distance. She decides to visit him with her daughter--and before long, the three of them are experiencing things that can best be described as paranormal. They seek help but none of the priests can really relate to their story, so they turn to a "white Witch" who also fails to rid the house but only makes things worse. Finally, a psychic with a serious approach to the whole thing manages to send the demons back to where they came from when the man experiences seizure by a demon in her presence.

Interesting episode in this series.


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