Billionaire Clarence Martel has everything money can buy, but not everything he wants, namely immortality. Seeking to fulfill an ancient dark prophecy, Mr. Martel approaches Mikey, a ... See full summary »
Billionaire Clarence Martel has everything money can buy, but not everything he wants, namely immortality. Seeking to fulfill an ancient dark prophecy, Mr. Martel approaches Mikey, a gambler in way over his head, with a simple proposition. In exchange for a one night job, Mikey's debt will be wiped clean. Having no other way of clearing his debt, Mikey and his brother Paul agree to do the job. In an old abandoned house, they perform a ritual known as the "Drawing of the Shadows" and unwittingly unleash the demons of the darkness, the Shadow People. Forced off the road by a storm, four unsuspecting friends seek shelter in the house and fall into the deadly trap already set in motion. If they want to survive, they must play a terrifying game of cat and mouse with the house's murderous inhabitants. Written by
Catacomb of Creepshows #26 (of 50) or Movieman Kev's movie review
Mike, desperate for 50 grand, to pay back his debts, opts instead to do a favor for the eccentric billionaire that he's indebted to that revolves around Mike and his brother performing a ritual that unleashes the demonic 'shadow people'
The film started of interesting but I felt my interest waning just around the time that the four 'teenagers' enter said house. I just felt that the two brothers were a tad more interesting, as they weren't the stereotypes that the teens are. The film does lucky pick up again somewhat and I didn't actively dislike it (something that can't be said for some of the other films in the box-set. And it kept my interests. Pretty much the only huge gripe I have is the director putting his name in the title, just seemed a tad pretentious.
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