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11:11 (2004)

A troubled young woman, haunted by her mother's ghost, is suddenly confronted by paranormal events which are wreaking havoc on her small college town. She struggles to understand the meaning of these supernatural events...


Micheal Bafaro


Micheal Bafaro (screenplay), Micheal Bafaro (story) | 3 more credits »
3 nominations. See more awards »




Cast overview, first billed only:
Laura Mennell ... Sara Tobias
Paul Dzenkiw ... Seth
Christie Will Wolf ... Raden (as Christie Will)
Kristina Copeland Kristina Copeland ... Claire, Sara's Mom
Cathy Weseluck ... Prof. Kosta
Chris Harrison Chris Harrison ... Jake
Michael St. John Smith ... Sheriff Ben
Matt Bellefleur ... Drake
Amy Adamson Amy Adamson ... Dacia
Laura Jayne McDonald Laura Jayne McDonald ... Theresa (as Laura Jayne MacDonald)
Jane Sowerby Jane Sowerby ... Aunt Lydia
Glenn Ennis ... Sara's Father (as Glen Ennis)
Ingrid Libera ... Young Sara
Jennifer Bishop Jennifer Bishop ... Young Raden
Samantha Joy Samantha Joy ... Young Claire


Eighteen years after the murder of her parents, Sara Tobias searches for the meaning of the numbers '11:11' that was scratched in blood beside her mother's body. Following three sudden murders, supernatural events are unleashed as she gets closer to the truth... Written by ?

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A terrifying journal into the Paranormal. See more »


Horror | Thriller

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Rated R for violence and language | See all certifications »

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Look for near the end, when the man with the gun turns left and right, keeping woman and man in check (except that Sara is standing behind Jake). See more »

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Cinematic Lobotomy
26 February 2013 | by tmccull52See all my reviews

By the time that this film had reached it's conclusion, I had acquired an almost overpowering urge to scoop my eyes out with a dull, rusty spoon, and through the bloody sockets, gouge at my brain in an effort to excoriate the memory center.

I didn't find the lead actress's performance to be as poor or torporous, as had some others. Rather, it was the story itself. It seemed like the director couldn't make his mind up which way to go with the delivery of the plot. The ending totally sucked. A deal is struck between Sara, the main character, and Raden, her imaginary friend... or is she a demon... or a ghost... or an angel... who knows? In any event, Raden tells Sara that if she shoots Seth, Sara's aide de camp throughout the movie, she can go free. If Sara doesn't shoot Seth, she had to go with Raden. Sara opts not to shoot Seth, and is shown walking off with Raden. Two seconds later, she is shown standing there with the muzzle of a pistol pressed against Seth's forehead, and then she shoots him... and goes off with Raden anyway. Then Raden tells Sara that no one can avoid their fate.

If Sara was doomed to go off with Raden no matter what she did, what was the point of having to shoot Seth or not? The whole sequence diminishes and sort of noble sacrifice that Sara might have made in not shooting Seth. She was doomed either way, whether she shot him or not. This movie was not a complete waste of time; it was only about 98% of a complete waste of time. My brain still hurts from having watched it.

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Release Date:

28 February 2004 (Canada) See more »

Also Known As:

Hell's Gate 11:11 See more »


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CAD1,200,000 (estimated)

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