Laurie and Hugh are a successful young couple who have just closed on a weekend home away from the city. Unbeknownst to them, the neighboring property contains the crumbling remains of a ...
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Peter "the Doll Maker" Harris returns to his ancestral family home after being released from the state's hospital for the criminally insane - a "cured" man. Once inside the old house, ... See full summary »
20 years after a horrific accident during a small town school play, students at the school resurrect the failed show in a misguided attempt to honor the anniversary of the tragedy - but soon discover that some things are better left alone.
Young Penny goes on a retreat with her psychologist; the intention is to help her overcome her phobia, an intense fear of cars. Unexpected events find her in a nightmarish situation where her worst fears come true.
Laurie and Hugh are a successful young couple who have just closed on a weekend home away from the city. Unbeknownst to them, the neighboring property contains the crumbling remains of a boarding school that was shuttered in the wake of an unspeakable massacre. The sole survivor of that massacre still resides in the ruins of the school, hiding from the world and wanting only to be left alone. When Laurie and Hugh's friends explore the property, they have no idea that they disturbed an emotionally-broken killing machine: The Blood Widow.Written by
What was there to like about this film, sadly.. not a thing!
The acting was well below par, even for a film of this nature. The death scenes were recycled garbage, poorly executed, and lack luster. I wanted more than anything to see who ever created the score killed in the film. In fact I wish the antagonist in the films used the director as a weapon to brutally beat the score composer to death.
Seeing that would have been more original than the over done script. Avoid this film, it's nothing you are looking for in a horror film. I literally wanted to punch someone in the face whilst I watched this. Horror films are truly becoming horrible.
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