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Welcome to Dreadville V: Souls of Mischief (2010)

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Timon and James decide to visit their old catholic school before its demolished but when a familiar face shows up, it instantly brings back haunting memories.

Writers:

Johnny Martini (additional dialogue) (as Johnny 5), Jason Patfield (screenplay)
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Credited cast:
James Barbee James Barbee ... James Bato
Will Cummings III Will Cummings III ... Father O'Malley
Raquel Garcia Raquel Garcia ... Preacher Lady
Kendyl Lynch ... Jenny Lynch
Timon Morales Timon Morales ... Timon Morales
Steven James Price ... Father Vines
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Timon and James decide to visit their old catholic school before its demolished but when a familiar face shows up, it instantly brings back haunting memories.

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Sometimes evil comes from a good place.

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Drama | Horror | Thriller

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 June 2010 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Chicago, Illinois, USA

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A horror film that is worth watching!
7 November 2011 | by delipastaSee all my reviews

"Welcome to Dreadville V: Souls of Mischief" had me on the edge of my seat. I was scared of what was to come next. I had compassion for all the characters....the good ones and the not so good. Each character had his/her own struggles, and I could appreciate the inner turmoil of them all. Yes, this film does contain violence, so it should be viewed by adults only. Jason Patfield, who wrote the script, takes the audience on a journey of what ifs and what would one do in that situation. Mr. Patfield also directed this film along with JD Scruggs, and Tony Wash. Bennie Woodell directed the cinematography. I really liked the special effects and the twists and turns this film provided. The directors and their very talented cast and crew made this film very enjoyable. Sharon Dalla Costa


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