In a farmhouse near a corn field where Ellison Oswait lived, the boy Dylan has nightmares and is visited by ghostly children led by the boy Milo. Dylan lives with his mother Courtney Collins, who has just left her abusive husband, and his brother Zach and is forced by the ghosts to go to the basement to watch home films in Super 8 of families being slaughtered. Ex-Deputy So & So is investigating the crime spree of Bughuul and burning down the houses where the deceased families lived to protect other families. He travels to the farmhouse and finds Courtney and her sons living there. He tells that he is a private investigator and he protects her against a bluff of her ex-husband to keep the children with him. Then he begins a love affair with Courtney. Meanwhile Dylan tells to the ghosts that he will not see any video again but Zach, who is the real choice of the ghosts, replaces him. When their father succeeds in getting a court order to have the custody of the children, Courtney is ...Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
(at around 35 mins) The ringtone that plays on Deputy So & So's cellular phone when he investigates the church, is the song "Cotton Eye Joe" by Rednex. This song is known as one of the top most annoying songs in the world. See more »
(at around 1h 22 mins) After leaving his car in the cornfield, the family runs into the house. Outside the burning house the car appears in the driveway. See more »
Fragment #9 (2014 Remaster)
Written by Nicholas Triarchos
Performed by Accurst
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The Vidiot Reviews...
Twins make the worst paranormal victims because you have to haunt them twice as much as normal.
Which is why the ghost-children in this horror movie only torment one sibling.
Every night Dylan (Robert Daniel Sloan) is visited by a group of adolescent apparitions that haunt the abandoned farmhouse their mother (Shannyn Sossamon) moved him and his brother Zach (Dartanian Sloan) in to.
Jealous of his brother's newfound friends, Zach attempts to gain their favour by abusing his brother and watching the horrify home videos that his squeamish brother refuses to.
Meanwhile, an ex-deputy (James Ransone) with knowledge of the home's history hopes to torch it and the sinister Super 8 reels inside.
Thanks to its untalented new cast and scream-free script, this slapdash sequel to the surprisingly distributing original fails to capitalize off of its predecessor's cult status.
Furthermore, who needs ghost-kids when twins are scary in and of themselves?
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