An upstart couple from New Jersey inherit a beautiful $7 million townhouse in NYC's West Village District. Forced to sell the place because of taxes, they move in for a few months to make some renovations. But Jessica begins experiencing strange occurrences in the house: noises from downstairs, a blonde child in a red sweater looking at her from the front window, strange telephone calls in the middle of the night. Instead of being scared off, she embraces it. It's exciting living in a haunted house. Jessica figures out that what she's experienced is an event from the past. Is the house trying to tell her something? Does it hold a terrible secret? She enlists the aid of an eccentric psychic in hopes of solving the mystery. But the psychic insists the house is not haunted. Is Jessica losing her mind? All is revealed on Halloween night, when Jessica, alone in the house, wakes up in a pool of blood that is not her own....
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Let's Scare Jessica to Death
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Did You Know?
Winner: Best Short Film Action/Cut Film Competition 2006. See more
Jessica's shoes change from shot to shot in the opening titles sequence as she walks through the Village. See more
[watching Trudie as she grabs her coat
She looks like she should counting ballots in Flordia.
Dedicated to Brad Norton 1956-2005 See more
The version that premiered at Screamfest at Universal Studios in October 2005 had various extra scenes not found in the final release version:
- a scene of Jessica riding her bike in the West Village.
- a scene in the fashion agency where Jessica meets her boss, Marla.
- a longer sequence the office where Jessica discusses her relationship with David.
- a longer scene with Jessica and David in bed on the first night in the house.
- A scene where Jessica learns she is not pregnant via a home pregnancy test.
Features The Ghost & Mrs. Muir
Written by Joseph Mohr
, John Freeman Young
(as John Young) and Franz Xaver Gruber
(as Franz X. Gruber)
Performed by Greenwich Village Children's Choir See more