Seth and Jonah are twins with a dangerous ability: telepathy. Things start to spiral out of their control as their classmates end up dying in twisted and bizarre ways. The police suspect ...
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Emily and Nate Weaver leave the city for the rural comfort of Nate's ancestral home in the country. Once there, Emily is plagued by horrifying visions and haunted by the ghosts inhabiting their isolated new home.
Amber dreams of escaping her small town existence and persuades her friends to accompany her to find an apartment in the big city. When their transportation breaks down, she and her friends... See full summary »
Seth and Jonah are twins with a dangerous ability: telepathy. Things start to spiral out of their control as their classmates end up dying in twisted and bizarre ways. The police suspect them. But, jealousy begins to divide them and soon they can no longer trust each other. Leading up to a horrific battle against themselves. Written by
The twins in this movie "Seconds Apart (2011)" are twins in real life, and play twins in several other films a few of them are "The Seeker - The Dark Rising (2007)", "Rest Stop - Don't Look Back (2008)", "Rest Stop (2006)", and of course this film "Seconds Apart (2011)". See more »
Identical Twins Edmund and Gary Entin star in Seconds Apart. The title refers to the fact that the two were born exactly that way to their mother. In point of fact for purposes of this film understand that they can't be apart for a second.
Like the Halliwell sisters on Charmed with their power of three, these two have the power of two, they are telepathically blessed from their point of view or cursed from everyone else. Since they were little kids when they experimented on their late babysitter when they pool concentration they can do remarkable things to others.
A couple of kids at their Catholic High School died playing Russian roulette and that gets cops involved, specifically Detective Orlando Jones. He figures out what was going on since the boys have the power to force hallucinations and he's still traumatized by the loss of his wife in a fire. The problem is that Jones can't get anyone else to believe him.
The two Entin kids are terrifying and the film does create a nice atmosphere of Gothic horror like what used to be done at Universal Studios in those classic days. This one's a bit above the usual slash and gore flicks inflicted on the public today.
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