A group of friends move into a vacation home with a sinister past in Fall River, Massachusetts. Suspicious of the home's owner, Taryn feels a strong connection to the house and finds herself at the center of one of the most deadly poltergeists in American history.Written by
This is the first horror movie that Nicole Holland has taken part in writing. See more »
Early in the movie, Dianna claims the basement key has been lost. But when Taryn is wandering the house alone @ 30:23, there's a key in the keyhole of the basement door. See more »
[Dianna appears out of nowhere]
Oh! Hey, uh, does this door lead to the basement?
I believe so.
Great! Uh, do you have the key for it, 'cause I'd like to stick some sporting equipment inside if possible.
It was locked when I moved in. No key.
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This one has it all, bad acting, bad plot, bad writing.. You never get to like any character, and it had the feel of one of those porn films someone tried too hard with and tried to make entertaining. Porn film without the porn. It isn't scary at all and used every tired horror cliché. The back story surely could have been better if they hadn't tried to tack it to a real historic and researchable case. A little more imagination could have gone a long way. The acting is so wooden that it could have been done better with hand puppets, though in the case of the creepy house owner, that very much serves the story. I'm wondering if this was intended as a quasi comedy along the lines of "Birdemic- Shock & Awe" in that its so bad its strangely good? But this doesn't have the same kind of appeal. It's just a horrible horrible movie that has already been made a hundred times over. Don't bother with this film I'm sure there is some drying paint that needs watching?
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