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Paranormal Haunting: The Curse of the Blue Moon Inn (2011)

High in the peak stands the Blue Moon Inn, the home of Matthew Hopkins for as long as anybody cares to remember. Here is the place where once every century the moon appears to turn blue and... See full summary »

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John Symes ...
Mathew Hopkins
Andrew Gough
Suzy Deakin
Matthew Sheppard
Kerrie Denning ...
Amanda Burton
Amy Hall
Elle Wood ...
Francis Bardon (as Elle Louise Wood)
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John Stearne (as Corjan)
James Earnshaw
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Danielle Wood
Steve Mitchell
Mark Churchill
Christine Moloney
Natalie Shelton
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High in the peak stands the Blue Moon Inn, the home of Matthew Hopkins for as long as anybody cares to remember. Here is the place where once every century the moon appears to turn blue and all-manner of strange and terrifying events are said to be unleashed upon the land. The time has come and with it a small group of interested individuals. An astronomer, an astrologer and a documentary filmmaker all arrive unaware of the evils that will befall them. A nightmare unfolds upon each one until the final shocking conclusion. Prepare for witchcraft, occult rituals and answers to age-old mysteries. Prepare yourselves for the Blue Moon. Written by Anonymous

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I figured it out
6 October 2015 | by See all my reviews

I figured it out. This is not a "real" movie. It is a front, made only to launder Yakuza drug money. That is the only logical explanation as to why this movie exists. I guarantee if I gave my 15 year old $40 and a camera and told him to make a scary movie with it, it would be a better movie than this. The worst acting you have ever seen. I'm positive that they did not rehearse one scene. Sometimes you can almost see the actor look to the director for approval. And I'm sure they used one of those lights that have a hook on it, like when you're working on your car, for the lighting. Be warned though, you can't get the hour and a half back after watching this monstrosity. You should watch it though, just for the OMG factor alone. Oh, and it had to filmed using a smart phone, and not a new, good one either, but like a htc incredible.


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