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Alan Cappelli Goetz,
Holly Louise Mumford
Four paranormal research students are sent to an abandoned complex to conduct an investigation into strange occurrences that the locals feel are the results of demonic possessions. These amateur ghost hunters get much more than they bargained for when the power goes out, they hear unearthly noises and discover demons lurking in a hidden basement deep beneath the cold, stone structure that now ... See full summary »
A group of privileged high school kids run an illicit chat room where they livestream their drug fueled sex parties to paying viewers on the internet. Little do they know there's a murderous zealot on a mission to rid the internet of sin.
In 1985, a celebrated exorcist trapped a horrific demon inside a ouija board. Thinking the board to be a game, his son played without obeying the rules, and let the demon loose. In order to save his son, the exorcist sent him far away until the demon could be destroyed. Thirty years later, and after his death, his grandson finds the board and makes the same mistake his father did. Now the evil is back and roaming the earth to terrorize those responsible for its imprisonment.Written by
There are movies with similar issues, that only have one thing, that this movie does not: Money. So while the story is as "simple" (to put it mildly), the budget and the acting drag this down even further then some similar movies with a much higher budget, that hide their weaknesses from some with fancy cinematography or some flashy effects.
You get none of that here, so there really is not much reason to watch it. You have to be a really big fan of independent cinema and not care about predictability, clichés and bad acting to actually have some sort of fun, while watching this. It's not even so bad that it's good, which would make it a hoot to watch with friends. So it's better you just stay clear of it
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