After escaping the clutches of an abusive relationship, Katie reluctantly returns to the foster home she grew up in. Little does she know, her foster mother Marge is harboring a sinister ...
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In 1960s England, Blake Cunningham and his alcoholic mother are forced to move into the mysterious Clemonte Hall, a vast isolated manor house, to care for his dying Grandfather who resides ... See full summary »
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After escaping the clutches of an abusive relationship, Katie reluctantly returns to the foster home she grew up in. Little does she know, her foster mother Marge is harboring a sinister secret dating back a decade. Now, Katie finds herself caught up in a horrifying family drama while confronting an angry spirit named Abigail.Written by
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It might be fun to watch if your Canadian, otherwise I found it hard to get into "because you can take the Canadian out of Canada, but you can't take the Canada out of a Canadian".. some examples:
-A haunted trailer home
-Canadian accents slipping out left and right
-Strange demeanors, lingo, and odd reactions to things (i.e.-"...but, why?? Who does/says that??".. lol, Canadians do, I promise you.)
........strangest ending EVER... "strange" as in I had to ask myself why I was laughing, almost felt like satire. Although I'm sure it's a generally terrifying thought for Canadians; a single mom getting trapped in a cheap manufactured home, middle of nowhere in a desert (in the USA), with your mother's vengeful/bi-polar spirit.
I'll give it a generous 4.5/10.... slightly painful watch after the halfway point, but overall I can't really say it wasn't worth the dose of "Cana-weird" it provided.
The movie "Housebound" constantly came to mind while I was watching this (especially the last scene) but that movie embraced those more "moronic" traits scattered throughout...
I'd only watch this if you literally don't have anything better to do (there's nothing to lose in that case!) but I can't at all say anyone "shouldn't" watch it.... was a truly well done indie on many other lvls. It's kinda cool to see demographic and nationalities shine through in weird ways in film and other mediums.
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