A terrifying supernatural thriller in which a group of college friends on a road trip find themselves fighting off dark forces at a remote farmhouse after a chance encounter with a strange little girl.


Rustam Branaman


Rustam Branaman





Credited cast:
Jeremy Sumpter ... Tyler
Elizabeth Di Prinzio Elizabeth Di Prinzio ... Emily
Brett Davern ... Sean
Chris Coy ... Hank
Linsey Godfrey ... Amanda
Virginia Williams ... Val
Johnathon Schaech ... Wayne
Harley Graham ... Lucy
Jennifer Bowman ... Mildred
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Chelsea Bruland ... Young Woman
Sydney Dwyer Sydney Dwyer ... Demon Child
Alice Ford ... Nurse
Zaria Griffin Zaria Griffin ... Gary Knox
Met Salih ... Murdered Woman


The friends Tyler, Emily, Sean, Hank and Amanda are traveling to a music festival. They arrive late at a diner that is closed. As they are about to leave they find a girl. Lucy in the parking area. Lucy claims that she is lost and the group decides to drive her home, to a farmhouse. They meet her parents Val and Wayne who invite the group to have dinner with them. Val cuts her leg with an ax and Wayne takes her to the hospital while the group of friends stay in the house taking care of Lucy. Soon they discover that the place is evil and try to flee. Will they succeed? Written by Paul S Gifford California

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When the devil breeds...a new evil is born.


Horror | Thriller


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Jeremy Sumpter wears a Power Balance Wristband in the film and was bought by a fan in New York when the film wrapped. See more »


During the heated discussion, one of the young takes the rifle and dumps a boxful of rifle cartridges on the hearth. The rounds make a bell-like sound, indicating that they are empty casings. Loaded cartridges would normally make a dull clunk or thud. See more »


Don't Bring Me, Too
Written by Doug 'Graves' McRoy
Published by Marshwiggle Music/Test Pattern Tunes/Chocodile Guinea Pig Music (BMI)
Performed by White Flag
Courtesy of Gasatanka Records
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The movie should have been culled.
17 May 2015 | by GreenzombidogSee all my reviews

I must say I didn't like this film. Allow me to summarise the ludicrous plot for you.

Some kids find a lost girl at a roadside diner and decide to drive her home. Once there the parents of the lost child come home and invite the kids to stay. Everyone gets drunk and high. The Mom of the little girl cuts her leg with an axe then the parents of the year drive off to the hospital leaving their child in the care of a bunch of drunk young strangers. Then a load of stuff happens that is very tiresome, nonsensical and boring.

The acting is good by the two main leads it's just that the story is never really engaging. Also it's one of those movies where the plot is fairly vague with reasons for what's happening and I didn't really care enough about it afterwards to try and reason anything out. There was a pretty weak twist in the end that added nothing to the enjoyment factor. The effects aren't great either a bit of blood some poor CG overall a bit lazy.

Certainly not one I'd recommend.

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15 March 2015 (Kuwait) See more »

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