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Fear from Beyond! (2011)

Renowned occult historian Bob Balaban has finally found the long lost book of Eibon. Eagerly, he searches for the Demonic Invocation Passages, unaware of the terror he is soon to unleash.

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Renowned occult historian Bob Balaban has finally found the long lost book of Eibon. Eagerly, he searches for the Demonic Invocation Passages, unaware of the terror he is soon to unleash.

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A Shocking Tale of Terror!

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Short | Comedy | Horror

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The book used to represent the Necronmicon was actually a copy of "Crystal Lake Memories" by Peter M. Bracke, a sly reference to the fact that the filmmakers had just finished working on a Friday the 13th Fan Film, entitled "Friday XIII: Resurrection". See more »

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Bob Balaban: [reading from the book of Eibon] Q'atuul Kalleigh Q'loo; Q'atuul Q'allaigh Q'lah. Q'atuul Q'allaigh Q'loo; Q'atull A'allaigh Q'lah. Q'atuul! Q'allaigh! Q'lah!
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References Halloween (1978) See more »

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teddy comes alive
15 November 2012 | by See all my reviews

Another Peter Murfet short involving a teddy bear but this time it was a bit simple and i guess he knew it.

One man has finally found the book of Eibon to perform some Demonic Invocation. Nothing happens until a teddy bear comes to live.

Nothing more than that with a few post production effects and filmed in the comic style like they did with Batman, remember Paw and Smash and all of these words. Here you will get it.

A bit too easy and to simple. Peter has done some other short ones that were much better than this even as this is one of his latest.

Gore 0/5 Nudity 0/5 Effects 1/5 Story 2/5 Comedy 0/5


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