A New England private school is visited by a demonic dead headmaster.


Anthony C. Ferrante (story by) (as Anthony Ferrante), Paul A. Birkett (screenplay by)





Cast overview, first billed only:
Jonathan Baron ... Quentin
Gabe Begneaud Gabe Begneaud ... Dean
Charisma Carpenter ... Librarian
Marc Donato ... Colt
Sergio Figueroa Sergio Figueroa ... Rob
Stephanie Fischer ... Kimberly
M.C. Gainey ... Alger Danforth
Griff Furst ... Garland
Dana Gourrier ... Coach Hoover
Danielle Greenup ... China
Mike Kimmel ... Principal Spiro
Brett Lapeyrouse ... Dex
Misty Marshall ... Female Acolyte
Jaren Mitchell ... Stu
Lauren Pennington Lauren Pennington ... Whitney (as Lauren Whitney Pennington)


When Halloman Academy, a posh New England private school, is visited by a demonic headmaster, a humble janitor, who is secretly the guardian of the school, teams up with the headmaster's grandson in order to save the academy. Written by Deeww

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An interesting premise executed very badly.
7 October 2012 | by hi_im_manicSee all my reviews

I had expected a low-budget made-for-TV SyFy feature, this is why I'll generously award this campy feature 3 stars. One simply cannot watch a movie like this and expect a high quality production, however viewers deserve to not face-palm themselves every 4 minutes.

"Low budget", as most of us cinemaphiles know, is not a valid excuse for bad writing, bad acting, and... bad everything.

The plot is like cheap fishnet stockings... covered with holes, transparent, and weak. Sadly, not as attractive. Some of the scenes are so illogical it's frustrating.

A better screenplay, set and directing would have lent this mess some respectability because the concept itself is very intriguing. It's a good idea with potential, gone wrong.

There are some unique kills, and I wasn't really distracted by overly bad CGI like in some comparable productions. I was too distracted by poorer qualities, I suppose.

The dialog is so bad, it exceeds description. The bad puns tossed out by our antagonist before each kill were insufferable. Even if they were aiming to be campy, it still failed.

I've seen better acting at middle school Thanksgiving pageants. The worst performance (arguably) was offered by Shawn C. Philips. He's no stranger to the horror genre. Perhaps he just did the best he could with the material he had? It's all terrible waste of several proved talents. Please do not judge the actors exclusively by this feature if you happen to be unfamiliar with their other work.

If you're a fan of other Sy-Fy channel movies and are prepared for their usual shortcomings, you may not be disappointed. Admittedly, this is not their worst work nor their best.

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25 August 2012 (USA) See more »

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New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

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