Two men pitted in a supernatural battle over a woman, one motivated by twisted obsession, the other by love. The first, a malevolent loner, kills the woman to possess her spirit. The second... See full summary »

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Dr. Charles Crowther
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Ryan
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Two men pitted in a supernatural battle over a woman, one motivated by twisted obsession, the other by love. The first, a malevolent loner, kills the woman to possess her spirit. The second, her fiancé, ravaged with denial and guilt, sees haunting visions of her, pleading for help. He surrenders himself to the occult in a desperate attempt to rescue her soul from the netherworld. Written by Joe

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Never Forget Me

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Horror | Thriller

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Why can't these guys act?
3 July 2016 | by (Portland, Oregon) – See all my reviews

Horrible. Weak writing, weak acting, although the two leading women wore OK.

A cheesy soundtrack, terrible editing and flawed camera work contributed to the demise of this film, but the weakness are so widespread and so deep, it is difficult to recommend this at any level.

Silvia Suvadová is quite beautiful but could not act her way out of a paper bag, if she were to be judged solely on the basis of this film. I suspect her other endeavors are more interesting.

Nick Mancuso is the most capable of the males in this feeble effort, but his scenes were very, very short.

Zadran Wali was simply in over his head. His too-frequent angst- drenched scenes became boring.

David Vescio's character, Donald, was a bit more interesting, but the editor surely left the better stuff on the cutting room floor.

The guys, aside from Nick Mancuso? Every one of you - please, go back to your day job.


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