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The Knight Hall (An American Islamic Story) (2011)

| Short, Horror
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The Knight Hall is a short horror film that is about a group of girls that go to the Knight Hall office and experience supernatural events that happen there. In addition they deal with ... See full summary »

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Katie Mortemore ...
Sarah
Kelsey Brown ...
Eman
Kayla Kilby ...
Lolita
Janna Tessman ...
Michelle
Maya Knowles ...
Sarah's mother
Gregory Garrett Boone ...
Sarah's father
Juno Ann Apalla ...
Vera
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Abdullah
Jason Hooper ...
Vera's Ex-boyfriend
Richard Murphy ...
Michelle's brother
Kelsy Little
Tristan Stoch ...
Voices / Restaurant #1
Jeremy Liwanag ...
Restaurant #2
Maria Violeta Blando ...
Restaurant #3
Edward Macomber ...
Restaurant #4
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The Knight Hall is a short horror film that is about a group of girls that go to the Knight Hall office and experience supernatural events that happen there. In addition they deal with demonic possession. With this film, it depict an example of a Muslim/Arab family, and how they live their lives. Written by Anonymous

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Love this movie
27 September 2011 | by (Lebanon) – See all my reviews

I really like this movie (The Knight Hall), especially because it's the 1st American Islamic horror film I've seen, and it shows the reality of Muslims and Islam as a religion. The movie let you go from place to place, take you from the real time, flash back, dreams, and day dream. I like the sequence in the film, It let you stay in your seat waiting and wandering what will happen next. some shots look like a painting or picture. Also i like to see Saudi people have interest in this filed, i would like to see more works of this director "Abdullah Almatrood" and where he will be in the next few years. in my opinion, This film must be seen everywhere, not because it is great but because it is original and new for us as audience.


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