A hillbilly giant and the local preacher exorcise their ritual of dark cleansing by locking you up inside an ancient box forcing you to face your inner demons. But when a 10 year old boy is... See full summary »
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Ginny May (as Pippi)
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Young Ian
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Ma Williows
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Ian
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Local Police Officer
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Mechanic
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Hort Willows
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Dr. Virgil Nichols
Galen Schrick ...
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Sarah Swanberg ...
Young Ginny May
Reenie Varga ...
Abagail Willows
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A hillbilly giant and the local preacher exorcise their ritual of dark cleansing by locking you up inside an ancient box forcing you to face your inner demons. But when a 10 year old boy is locked up inside, his darkest fears sets loose an inferno of relentless evil. Written by Julie Storm

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Face Your Demons

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Horror | Thriller

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3 December 2007 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

DarkPlace - Stelle Dich Deinen Dämonen!  »

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$2,000,000 (estimated)
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Good thing there was a summary on the DVD case
9 February 2008 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

Now that movie was incoherent. The first 45 minutes none of the main "characters" meet and all you see is a lot of scenes standing for their own with simply no line connecting them. At last two of the main characters meet and I got the hope that it would get better from here on, but sadly: It didn't. Adding to the confusion was that you don't get any clue whether a complete scene or only one object in the scene is real or imaginative. So, overall the movie completely fails to deliver something like a plot, simply due to sheer confusion and incoherence. Good thing there was a summary on the DVD case (basically the same that you can read here): Without that it would have been hard to figure out even that tiny bit of a plot from the movie itself. That aside, the acting isn't that bad, with a few scenes nearing good. Sadly the supposed father either wears a dead rat as a wig or the hair stylist did a tremendous job making his hair look fake and I couldn't shake the impression that the father and Ian were played by the same actor. Especially bad when there are lots of cuts going from Ian in the present to his father in the past and back and so on.

If you want a lesson in incoherency, watch this movie. Otherwise don't.


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