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Lindsay Parker (Sherry Morris) is trying to move on with her life...a new job, a new town and a new home. However her new home has come with an Unwanted Presence. Gripped by the fear of this evil spirit she exhausts all the ghost hunters, spiritualists and charlatans she can locate. When all seems lost she turns to a couple recommended by her secretary as having experience in these situations.Desperate to rid her life of this unnatural spirit and not wanting to lose her home to the Presence that walks the halls, Lindsay contacts Dr. Paul and Claire. Armed with the Truth and the spirit of victory they triumph over evil. Showing Lindsay that fear leads to bondage but truth and faith can bring deliverance. Written by
At the moment of this review, I'm shocked that this movie even received a 4.4 This movie is an absolute 2 at best. The acting was the worse thing possible about this movie. Second would be the production quality followed by the story. Between the video quality and the acting, it's just like an amateur, poorly made college short that went horribly wrong. That's not just my opinion, it's a fact. As a film reviewer, this movie does exude all of the classic and most basic mistakes in film-making that real directors do not miss. This is why it holds such an amateur presence. The title describes exactly how everyone should view it, as an Unwanted Presence.
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