A single mother moves into a new house with her daughter. Soon after the young girl has her first baby tooth fall off, she begins to recount that she is having nocturnal visits by a tooth fairy. It seems the house has a sinister history.
Sabrina Jolie Perez,
Jarreth J. Merz
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Marissa Lynne Johnson,
Laura Alexandra Ramos,
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Actor Arielle Brachfeld claimed to have experienced many ghostly encounters is her dressing room which was situated in an downstairs bedroom of Whaley House. These included warm breath on her neck, something unseen brushing her inner thigh many times, and a overpowering musk or sweat odor which made her gag on multiple occasions. To describe her experience on set after a peticular , she said " I was very unsatisfied with myself down there. It just left me empty, ya know, it left a bad taste in my mouth. Salty". See more »
After Giselle falls down the stairs, Keith is explaining how the spirits gained power from the death. As the camera cuts away from him and back, the clock behind him gains and loses time. See more »
I came across this movie by watching someone review it on Youtube, so I decided to try it out. I do usually enjoy low-budget horror movies, but this was just a bore. The acting is horribly bad and painful to watch. It seems to be a near-knockoff of "The St. Francesville Experiment", which is a much better movie. The special effects are basically a collection of home-made effects you see 1000's of videos of on Youtube by people using Adobe After-Effects. The beginning segment featuring the three friends at the front of the house was painfully drawn out, and obviously extended to add a few minutes to the runtime. The big guy there has been in several low-budget movies, and always seems to be type-cast and always playing the same character. There are several attempts at humor in the movie, which fall flat. I do realize this is low-budget, but in some cases that is a good thing for the charm, but this was just an overall bad movie. If it appears on Netflix, give it a try for the laughs, but I don't recommend buying it.
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