After inheriting a house from the family she never knew, Samantha Harris (Trin Miller) and three friends head to rural Sader Ridge to inspect the property. Soon after arriving, Sam begins ...
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"Although hundreds of disturbing paranormal events occur every year, most of these chilling encounters go unreported - until now. Bear witness as hapless victims experience the unspeakable ... See full summary »
Hundreds of disturbing paranormal events occur every year. Most of these terrifying encounters go unreported - until now. Enter the disturbing world of Invoking 3: Paranormal Dimensions ... See full summary »
John Kyle Sutton
In the latest chapter of the chilling horror franchise, The Invoking 5: phantoms, paranormal events are captured around the globe in what might be the largest scale haunting ever recorded in human history.
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In the late 1890s the Davenport House was a famous and successful brothel, until a young prostitute named Alice killed herself there. After her death, the brothel became haunted by Alice's ... See full summary »
After inheriting a house from the family she never knew, Samantha Harris (Trin Miller) and three friends head to rural Sader Ridge to inspect the property. Soon after arriving, Sam begins to experience horrific visions of savage brutality and unspeakable evil. Plagued by the sinister forces closing in around her, Sam descends into a waking nightmare when the demons from her past refuse to stay buried any longer.Written by
The film was nominated for the following awards at the 2013 Dark Carnival Film Festival in Columbus, IN: Best Feature, Best Actor for D'Angelo Midili, Best Actress for Trin Miller, Best Director and Best Cinematography for Jeremy Berg, Best Editing for Autumn Lisa Mason, and Best Music Score for Trip Like Animals. The film won the awards for Best Actor, Best Cinematography, and Best Music Score. See more »
Your going to be drawn in by some eerie looking photos at the beginning credits. "Hmmm this might be good",I said to myself...wrong! The entire movie you will wait for something,anything, to make sense or even scare you...Wrong! The writer,producer and director (all the same person) attempts to pull you in with some sort of weird back story and then drag you painfully (trust me its painful waiting for anything in this movie),through the innate written dialog only to find out nothing is scary,chilling,dramatic, or even entertaining.I don't blame most of the actors,but I can't figure out why they would do this after reading the script. Money I guess,cause it can't be fame. The worst aspect of the entire synopsis here is that the title of the movie,has nothing to do with this movie at all.I concur with another review here..DON"T waste your precious time. Don't wait for it..nothing happens.
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