Detention (I) (2010)
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A group of high school students are sent to Detention. Abandoned and locked in, images of Ghosts appear as they attempt to escape, only to find themselves connected to a past horrific death and made responsible for it with their lives.
A group of high school students are sent to after-school Detention for unexplained reasons. There, the teenagers find themselves abandoned and locked in the classroom after their detention teacher leaves, then mysteriously disappears. With night slowly approaching, a thunder storm builds outside. The heavy rain and lightning causes a massive power failure throwing the school into total darkness. Then, strange, haunting images of Ghosts begin to appear in the school. The kids manage to break out of the classroom only to find that the old building has taken on a life of its own, keeping them trapped inside. As they struggle to escape, the teenagers learn about the death of a student back in the 1970's. Slowly, they unravel the history of this tragedy and that they are somehow connected to the student's macabre and untimely death. They will also soon find out that they are being held responsible for this horrific event of the past, and will pay for it with their lives!
In the 70's, the teenager Gabriel is bullied by his high school mates that play a prank and lock him in an incinerator. There is a storm and a thunder burns him to death. In the present day, seven high school students are punished with detention after the class and they are locked by Coach Littick in a classroom. Mr. Littick vanishes and they are haunted by ghosts in the corridor on a stormy afternoon. Three of them manage to escape and meet the new history teacher Ms. Cipher in the corridor. She calls the Sheriff that tells that they are trapped in the area and must wait for help. They go to the library with Ms. Ciper but sooner they are hunted down by the ghost of Gabriel and learn that their parents were the responsible for the fate of Gabriel.
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