In the early 1800s, A family is torn apart after attracting the demonic attention of the Bell Witch. The only hope of escaping torment is death...and this ancient spirit is more than happy ...
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"The Bell Witch Haunting" is a powerful supernatural historic thriller based on terrifying actual events that took place in Robertson County, Tennessee from 1817 to 1821, in which a spirit ... See full summary »
Found-footage horror. The Robertson County Sheriff's Department has released videos found on the bodies of the Sawyer family's cell phones and video cameras. What was first thought to be a ... See full summary »
Marissa Lynne Johnson,
Laura Alexandra Ramos,
It's death-by-fear (aka scared-to-death) in this deceptively psychological thriller. The hero, Mike brings his friends to his grandparents' house for a Halloween party wherein they will all... See full summary »
Betsy Palmer does a one-on-one sit down interview - During this hour long conversation, she talks about her roles on Broadway and on television, starring in motion pictures like Mr. Roberts... See full summary »
In the early 1800s, A family is torn apart after attracting the demonic attention of the Bell Witch. The only hope of escaping torment is death...and this ancient spirit is more than happy to help. Every bump in the night and walk through the woods builds suspense in this old fashioned ghost story based on the historically documented 19th century Bell Witch haunting in Adams, Tennessee. Betsy Palmer (Friday the 13th) gives voice to the Bell Witch in one of her best vocal performances ever. BELL WITCH: The Movie closely follows the original accounts of this legendary paranormal event, creating a motion picture that rings true for Bell Witch fans while the driving Bluegrass and Americana soundtrack. "some of the most authentic mountain music since "O' Brother, Where Art Thou." As Quoted by the IBMA (International Bluegrass Music Association Director)Written by
Bell Wtch was the first movie shot on the Tennessee Legend shooting began in September 2003 but didn't have a premiere until 2005 at the Ryman Theater in Nashville with a concert from the music before the showing, It was the first time the Ryman Theater had a movie premiere. See more »
I one version the movie moves into present day where a family is moving into the old John Bell home it is covered up totally in vines the old car that was left is now rusted down from sitting there almost a 90 years. As the father is explaining to the family how wonderful this new house will be when they move in and fix it up, a small girl steps on a pen in the mud that was dropped over a 100 years ago and it cuts her foot, Just like John Bells Hand. we hear the witch sounds as it fades to credits. The witch is back. See more »
I just wanted to say I loved this film, it was as true to the legend as you could get being based on the 1890's Bell Witch Red Book by Martin Van Buren Ingram, the only difference is in the Red Book John Bells Boys discover some bones while farming and in the movie the boys discover bones in the cave, if you want to know more about the Bell With I suggest you read it and you can find it online.
If you are just looking for a good old fashioned ghost story then check out this film.
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