A writer buys a typewriter which brings out his deepest and darkest desires.

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Tony Rugnetta ...
Kenneth Richardson
Jacki Vogel ...
Beth
Rudy J. Altenor ...
Joey
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Housekeeper
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Emily
Deirdre Verdolino ...
Jennifer Gesner
Gerry Kirschbaum ...
Beth's Father
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S. Freddor ...
Willie
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John Thompson
William Schineller ...
Eric
Cathy Loch ...
Molly
Rachel Reasoner ...
Sadie
Anthony Rugnetta Jr. ...
Tommy
Casandra Tisdale ...
Nana
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Kenneth Richardson is a tormented writer, possessed, affected by a haunted machine. His wife Beth has a volatile relationship with him resulting from the haunted typewriter that has consumed Kenneth's life. Joey is a mentally challenged man with the mind of an eight year old, befriended by Kenneth. Nana is Joey's mother and protector. Jennifer Gesner is a Goth chick, who aligns herself with Kenneth to achieve the most horrifying ritual of Satan worship. Isabella Conti becomes the housekeeper for Ken and Beth, an innocent young lady caught in the web of horror and terror as Ken's life dramatically transforms into a life of misery. Ted Richardson is the father of Ken. Written by John Orrichio

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A Journey Into Darkness...


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28 September 2007 (USA)  »

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$500,000 (estimated)
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1.33 : 1
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Referenced in Abduction (2009) See more »

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Nana's Song
By John Orrichio
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Debbie D ROCKS
19 August 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If you're a fan of Debbie D, you'll love this film. It turns out that she's a very good actor. Some of her other films don't feature her in speaking roles. I liked the movie. Some of the scenes are a little shocking and disturbing even for a avid horror fan. Pace is quick and tight, no filler, just non stop action once it gets cranking. The beginning seems a little slow, only because I think the director wants you to know the characters, but when Debbie D's character falls into the clutches of this madman, played by Tony Rugnetta, all bets are off. I liked the soundtrack too. Sounded like a real orchestra, something most don't expect in a low budget flick. Overall, I enjoyed it.


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