In Louisianna,Detective Mark Lewis is summoned to attend a call from the notorious Livingston House and he finds three bodies and one survivor, John, who is in shock. He calls for backup and also the police psychologist Dr. Elizabeth Klein to interrogate John. They learn that the team of ghost-busters Bryan, John's pregnant girlfriend Michelle, Jules, Donnie and Sam decided to perform a séance in the house, where the owner Marta Livingstone had committed a violent slaughter, to summon their spirits. The séance went wrong and released evil spirits that killed Jules, Donnie and Sam; however Michelle and Bryan are missing. While Elizabeth interrogates John, Mark and the technical team tries to retrieve the hard disks with the footages from the house to find where the other two survivors may be, Detective Lewis discloses a dark supernatural secret about John. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Some endings are or rather can be a deal breaker. It seems that this movie has this issue. I only read one comment from a person who seemed to actually like the movie, but only gave it a 5/10 because of the ending. Is it that bad then? I would argue not, quite the opposite, I'd say it does accelerate what we saw before this happening. I'd also argue that it is in the same vain as the rest of it.
But I can understand that some people feel cheated or some think it is too on the nose. Depending on your take and how you feel about horror movies, how many you've watched, this will make up your mind about certain things. Things you may see coming and others that you will just think are crazy (and not in a good sense). But we do have a very stellar cast and a very solid story. And it's all told in a good fashion. It's tense, there are shock moments and it keeps going ... until that make or break moment ... does it work for you? That's a tough question to answer ... still doesn't change anything about the quality in the writing in this ...
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