What do you fear? One year ago, 14 teenagers went missing. Tabetha is the only known survivor of the group. Found by the side of the road with no memory of who she is and the secret she ...
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What do you fear? One year ago, 14 teenagers went missing. Tabetha is the only known survivor of the group. Found by the side of the road with no memory of who she is and the secret she holds, must find out what's in store for her through clues in her own sketches. Written by
Manuel H. Da Silva
Tabetha and her one fiend are the only two survivors of her friends (13 of which were are killed by a witch who was burnt at the sake centuries earlier). Said witch, Selena Sutton, is after a talisman that will allow her to get more power, and only Tabetha can stop her.
The needlessly complicated mish-mash of witches, a possessed cops that act like low-grade Robert Patrick from Terminator 2, zombies and whatever else the writers want to throw at the wall to see what sticks isn't worth the time it would take to watch. The acting ranges from merely inept (most of the cast) to cringe-worthy awful. It's horribly convoluted and to top it off deathly boring. Every once in a great while one can find a diamond in the rough if he/she watches enough low-budget horror films. This is most definitely not one of those times.
Eye Candy: two par of tits but i have no clue who they belong to
My Grade: D-
DVD Extras: 2 TV interviews (one with Director Manuel H. Da Silva & Producer Tony Porfilio, the other with actress Valerie Morrissey & producer Tony Pofilio); Desilva talking about special effects & cast and crew; and a trailer for this film
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