When an old house in a small town is razed to make way for a shopping mall, the crew unearths four unmarked graves. A professor from a nearby university is asked to find out who the bodies ...
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When an old house in a small town is razed to make way for a shopping mall, the crew unearths four unmarked graves. A professor from a nearby university is asked to find out who the bodies are, but when she and her students arrive in town and begin to ask questions, they discover that no one wants to talk to them or help them in any way.Written by
I don't expect much from films of this genre. I just hope to come away with some enjoyment. I'd say that Ariauna Albright's Lilith is the main attraction. The script is wordy and sometimes borders on literary competence. Certainly some lines made me smile at the wit. Others jarred.
The introductory sequence is rather grating. Dementia is attractive but she spoils things when she speaks.
The Blair Witch references don't generally work to the film's advantage. I thought the interview collage with the town's people was embarrassing rather than funny. However the camcorder sequence in the Witch House is effective.
Lilith's cohorts are very unconvincing in their movements. The conflict scenes are under par. The acting varies from unconvincing to adequate. The film's tone lurches in various directions. However the story does keep you guessing. Some pro-Lilith adherents will be disappointed with the denouement.
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