A new drug grants its users the ability to place their consciousness into the bodies of other people. Soon, a serial killer begins to use the drug as a way to live and die as other people by forcing his victims to kill themselves.
Anticipating a weekend of R & R in the mountainous region of Northern Arizona, nine college buddies lodge at a remote cabin -- where local lore warns them of the horrifying evil that slinks... See full summary »
David Michael Quiroz Jr.
Daffy undead gal Penny Dreadful, her smitten zombie buddy Ned, and lycanthrope Wolfboy relate three tales of terror in an old rundown movie theater: A young couple find themselves being ... See full summary »
A group of friends on a weekend camping trip find themselves being picked off one by one when one member of the group refuses to abide by the urban myth that you can breathe in evil spirits when passing cemeteries.
Erin Marie Hogan
I was lost in the beginning. It was too slow getting to the main part of the story. Amazing lead actress. Not a lot of gore so for those of you that have a sensitive stomach you'll make it through to the end. A lot of dark scenes in this story. But a good ghost story shouldn't be all rainbows and unicorns. I never did see The Black Dahlia movie so I can't really compare or understand completely the plot. All I know is be afraid of ghosts because they will find a way to hurt you. Devanny made a great man-hating bitch. The ending was a bit predictable. Didn't keep me guessing. I'd consider this mild violence, although it did allow the audience to use their imagination on exactly what was being done. No overkill on the blood whatsoever. Horror isn't always just blood baths and body parts.
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