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Deadly Presence (2012)

Not Rated | | Horror
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Three friends looking for a night of fun decide to stay in a supposedly haunted house. Several days later Candace finds herself in the midst of strange happenings. When she calls on her friend for help, it's up to her to seek the answers.

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Shane Cole
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Megan Lynn Megan Lynn ... Andie
Kathy Sue Holtorf ... Candace
Sabrina Carmichael ... Julie
Robert Dough Robert Dough ... Danny
Jon D'Acunto ... Stewart
Dan Sutter ... Owen
Bethany Brooke Anderson ... Sarah
George Lofland George Lofland ... John Stanton
K.K. Ryder K.K. Ryder ... Alice Stanton
Krista Reese Krista Reese ... Lindsay
Elissa Dowling ... Jennifer
Emma Julia Jacobs ... Sheila
Whitney Blair Whitney Blair ... Lisa
Linda Macon Linda Macon ... Erica
Gozer Gozer ... Stewart's dog
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Three friends looking for a night of fun decide to stay in a supposedly haunted house. Several days later Candace finds herself in the midst of strange happenings. When she calls on her friend for help, it's up to her to seek the answers.

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What Kills You Makes You Stronger

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Horror

Certificate:

Not Rated

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Also Known As:

Unhallowed Bond See more »

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Budget:

$1,600 (estimated)
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Masked Films See more »
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Color
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Trivia

The blue coffee mug that Andie uses in the film is the same mug from the director's short film Everyday Joe. The beer bottles on the coffee table were props made back in 2001 for the film "Human Behavior" (co-directed with his brother Derek) See more »

Goofs

In a "jump scare" scene, Andie is peeking through the Venetian blinds in the kitchen when they suddenly, and completely, fall down onto the kitchen floor. She leaves the room and then re-enters the kitchen a short time later. The blinds are back up in their proper position and remain there for the rest of the film. See more »

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Deadly Presence: Unforgivably bad
27 September 2017 | by PlatypuschowSee all my reviews

For me 1/10's are rare creatures, it implies a film had not one single redeeming feature, no entertainment value and quite frankly offended me by its existence.

Deadly Presence is one of those. A terribly made, incredibly boring lifeless mess that I struggled to get through.

Following a girl named Andie who is called by a frantic friend to go round to her apartment and becomes embroiled in a supernatural plot.

Very little happens, the script is minimal due to practically no dialogue and it's just so very very dire.

The Good:

Fifty shades of none

The Bad:

Concept is dumb

Story defies logic

Mind numbingly boring

Things I Learnt From This Movie:

I need to vet films better


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