Hoping to find proof of the paranormal, five film students set out to document the legendary Copper Queen Hospital. But as the sun goes down, they experience something far worse than they ... See full summary »
A group of friends head off for a secluded getaway and encounter more than they bargained for. 'Nothing good happens at this lake' warns Ol' Mr. McAvoy to a group of unsuspecting campers ... See full summary »
Ashley Honors was suppose to meet her friend, Sandra, and a few others for drinks. She didn't make it. She wakes up to find herself locked in a room with her hands and feet bound with only ... See full summary »
Four friends (three guys and one girl) retreat deep into the wilderness for some camping, but after finding a dead body buried near their campsite, they are preyed upon by a shape-shifting cursed entity. Nothing is as it seems.
Maurizio del Piccolo,
Roberto del Piccolo
Three friends looking for a night of fun decide to stay in a supposedly haunted house. Several days later Candace finds herself in the midst of strange happenings. When she calls on her friend for help, it's up to her to seek the answers.
Kathy Sue Holtorf,
A horrifying excursion into black magic and white-knuckled terror! A conjure man (Lucien Eisenach) has moved into town with a big bag of tricks and a short temper. Unwittingly, Emily (Donna... See full summary »
Andrew wins a radio contest to spend one night alone in a haunted theater on the 80th anniversary of the bloody murder/suicide that occurred within its walls. His prize: $50,000. His task: ... See full summary »
David A. Crellin
If this had been a student film I'd give it a D. For utter Dreck. Uggghhhh. Don't waste a minute of your time on this incoherent, atrociously acted, pitiful excuse for a picture. I hope this 'filmmaker' didn't throw away his 'renovating' tools 'cause he definitely needs to keep pounding nails and leave movies to people who understand cinema. One thing that comes from ATTEMPTING to suffer through this P.O.S. is it makes one appreciate how hard it is to make a movie that works, and how those who do (Gwinn is NOT one) have toiled meticulously with every word, and every frame. Please, either go to film school, or stick with habitat for humanity, or resume your work at Home Depot man!
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