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The Summoning (2014)

TV-MA | | Horror | 13 October 2014 (USA)
A group of friends set out on a road trip to "the party of the century" in the middle of nowhere, but on the way, they break down and find themselves being hunted for a satanic ritual.

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Shanna Mclaughlin ...
Casey
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Jared
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Cam
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Harold
John Kyle ...
Flavio Milicchio ...
Drew
Elaine Hoxie ...
Gisele
Lainie Kates ...
Wesley Alley ...
Demon #1
Michael Coy ...
Demon #7
Katie Annette Gallagher ...
Flyer Girl
Cory Arnold ...
Demon #3
Daniel Fosse ...
Demon #4
Andrew H. Newman ...
Demon #5
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A group of friends set out on a road trip to "the party of the century" in the middle of nowhere, but on the way, they break down and find themselves being hunted for a satanic ritual.

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She Doesn't Seem Like the Camping Type
2 July 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A group of six friends get lost on the way to a college Barn Party. The wander about the forest of Longwood, Florida (a real place and not just a gag name) and run into a group of Satanists. And we know they are Satanists because of the ugly contacts.

The ugly contacts, voice distorter, and CG effects in need of improvement was the special effects. Too much of the film is the group riding in a car and roving the woods. The Satanists walked upright but ran hunched over. They sometimes ran in fast motion, but it still took a while for them to catch someone nearby. Apparently TV director/writer Curtis Schultz didn't mind the inconsistencies as long as he created the scene he wanted and got almost "90 minutes in the can." On the plus side, the equipment was good. The camera angles and framing worked as did the sound track. The dialogue was half stupid as was side kick Drew (Flavio Milicchio) and some of the film just didn't make sense like the opening scene with the woman (Lainie Kates) screaming for help altering her captors of her location. And I am not exacting sure why Jared (Brian C. Chenworth) preferred the company of Drew to Casey (Shanna Mclaughlin). What good lines they managed to script were poorly delivered so they never landed.

Guide: F-word, sex, nudity (Elaine Hoxie)


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