In this spine-chilling indie horror flick, a sheriff relocates to Salem, Mass., with his family -- only to discover that the house they've moved into is plagued by an ancient curse and haunted by malicious spirits.
Shane Van Dyke
Bill Oberst Jr.,
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A man has been trained in a deadly form of hand-to-hand combat using ballistics and firearms. He is one of the few Americans who has perfected it, which makes him the CIA's best weapon against International Terrorism.
19-year-old Ray Pye murders two young women. Four years later, detective Charlie Schilling knows that Ray did it. He just needs to prove it. Meanwhile, Ray has met his match in a new girl in town, Katherine Wallace.
Fifteen year-old Emma Evans has an argument with her mother Lucy since she wants to go to a concert in London with her friends Rose and Alex. Emma immediately has a convulsion and her family takes her to the hospital, but the doctors do not find any physical problem. Then her father John tries to convince his wife to send Emma to school, instead of homeschooling, but she prefers to keep Emma in the family-based education. Lucy sends her daughter to the psychoanalyst believing that she has psychological problems and Emma asks her friend Rose to record her session of hypnosis though the cellular but the doctor dies during the session. When Emma listens to the tape, she believes she is possessed by the devil and asks her parents to be submitted to an exorcism with her uncle, Priest Christopher Taylor. However her skeptical mother is against the ritual and recalls that Chris was responsible for the death of a teenager, Ana, in the past in an unsuccessful exorcism. But when Emma levitates ...Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Stephen Billington starred in Resident Evil and Sophie Vavasseur starred in the film's sequel Resident Evil: Apocalypse. See more »
I can do it... get off...
[when his teenage sister won't play with him]
You're just scared of losing
[Mark is in the tub and his older sister wants in]
Wait until i say so
[on why he's staring at Emma]
You were just standing there and your eyes were
[rolls his eyes into the back of his head as he shakes]
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Wow... At first I thought this movie was brand new (cause of the title where i saw it) Looks like apparently it came out last year....Could have fooled me.. While watching I thought this was a continuation of the exorcist movies but guess not... I absolutely loved this film. Not a big horror buff..however doesn't seem like this movie focuses on the "horror" aspect as much as the do just keeping you on the edge of your seat !! Compared to all other possession films - The films I've seen usually come from the the Preacher's point of view... This firm lets you actually "feel" what the possessed is going through, ie.. her fears, her feeling, her need for help... It all there in this movie.
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