The murder of a recluse by small town religious fanatics forces the dead man's lover, a divorced police detective, to find the remains of his former lover and come to terms with his loss.


Jorge Ameer


Jorge Ameer





Cast overview:
John Shaw ... Anthony
Jared Cadwell ... Adam
Lexi Karriker Lexi Karriker ... Nina (as Alexis Karriker)
Thomas Michael Kappler Thomas Michael Kappler ... Albert Ross
Tiffany McFarland ... Helen
Reeve Howard Reeve Howard ... Marc
Joella Brown Joella Brown ... Monica
Rex Davison ... Brett
Ted Ryan ... David
Scott Parietti Scott Parietti ... Roger (as Scott Stepp)
Jorge Ameer ... Real Estate Agent
Marcelle Lee Marcelle Lee ... Joanne
Torie Tyson ... Jogger


This is the newest, most dramatic and thought-provoking cinematic thriller from Jorge Ameer, director of The Singing Forest. This intensely emotional supernatural tale revolves around Adam, a congenial recluse living quietly in a small town, who is brutally murdered by a trio of religious fanatics. His lover, a police detective, is forced to live with the guilt and sorrow of having kept his now-deceased lover isolated and hidden from view within their cozy cabin. Concerned about the reaction of his colleagues within the police force, he keeps his lifestyle a secret, suppressing any real insights into his inner core. One day, ironically, he becomes the victim of his own double-sided values. The results evolve into a tragic and traumatic ordeal for Anthony as he's forced, as part of a murder that he's charged with unraveling, to unearth the bodily remains of the victim as the first step in solving the mystery. Things turn scary when Adam's spirit remains within the cabin as a vital and ... Written by anonymous

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Some secrets can no longer remain silent...


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When Mark and Helen take leave of Anthony at the front door, some crew vehicle is reflected in the door window glass. See more »


Helen: So, what's next?
Mark: We'll wait and see.
Helen: Shouldn't we offer him something?
Mark: Helen, we don't know the guy. Who's to tell he's some fugitive or worst... a child molester, or serial killer.
Helen: Mark... he's not a fugitive. I did see great sadness in his eyes. I think there is a lot more to him.
Mark: Of course, we hardly know the guy remember?
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HOT MOVIE! Lead Actor a young Colin Farrel!
26 October 2006 | by videoericSee all my reviews

I have seen The House of Adam a couple of times, and thoroughly enjoyed the film. The Star of this film, is a dead ringer for a young version of Colin Farrel, extremely sexy, and totally believable in his character. I do not understand those that would give this film a "low rating." It is known that at times, competitive Producers will use this tactic to "bang" someone else's work, and I think this is unfair, as well as unprofessional. This work should be admired for what it is, a fine film with a very "HOT!" new face in Hollywood. The world of Independent films is a tough enough road, without others trying to berate a good production. I would recommend this film to anyone, and I look forward to the release on Home Video DVD!

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Release Date:

28 May 2008 (Mexico) See more »

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A.J. Productions See more »
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1.85 : 1
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