A bullied teenager is sent to a reform school where he accidentally summons the spirit of a girl, herself a victim of bullying, who takes vengeance on his tormentors.


Brian DeLeeuw (screenplay), Adam Egypt Mortimer (screenplay)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Andrew Bryniarski ... Lincoln's Father
Justin Prentice ... Jim Greene
Ronen Rubinstein ... Lincoln Taggert
Matt Beene Matt Beene ... Eric
Josh Ethier ... Driver
Michael Polish ... Jack Iverson
Gracie Gillam ... Kaitlin (as Grace Phipps)
Maestro Harrell ... Willie
Lexi Atkins ... Christine
Brando Eaton ... Derek
Jeremy Hawkins Jeremy Hawkins ... Bud
Jasper Polish ... Samantha
Spencer Breslin ... Isaac
Sierra McCormick ... Moira
Dave Reeves Dave Reeves ... Sheriff


Relentless bullying has turned Lincoln's life into a nightmare. But he soon learns the true meaning of terror when he is sent to a remote school for troubled teens and the harassments start all over again. Only this time, someone is watching - a teenage girl named Moira who was driven to suicide by vicious bullying years ago. When Lincoln accidentally summons Moira from the grave, he unleashes a vengeful and unstoppable force on a mission of blood-soaked revenge. Written by Image Entertainment

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An earlier draft of the script was called "Bullied." See more »

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References Cool Hand Luke (1967) See more »


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Emo Porn!
28 January 2016 | by scythertitusSee all my reviews

The lack of self-reflection on the part of the makers of this film scares me. Every line delivered might as well be the cliché of "Life is pain!" All the bullies are shallow douche bags that are too easy to hate and the protagonist is so drab and 'poor me' that you just want him to top himself inside of five minutes of watching him on screen.

The acting and effects are what you would expect but don't drag the film down anywhere near as much as the poor writing, which really does seem like it came from an angst-ridden teenager. In some ways you could say that this makes the film an accurate portrayal of the characters involved, but all it serves to do is make everyone unlikeable and each scene cringe-inducing in its transparency.

Overall this film will only really please those who identify with this kind of mindset, at one point the 'hero' talks about how he'd love to get a tank and crush all the people that he hates, and we are supposed to sympathise with this! Otherwise this movie is a pain to watch, recommended only for joke viewings with friends, just so long as they aren't in their own angsty teenage phase.

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Release Date:

18 September 2015 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Some Kind of Hate See more »

Filming Locations:

Santa Clarita, California, USA

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2.35 : 1
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