Based on a terrifying series of events, A manifestation of evil that begins to engulf the life of a young couple who just moved into a mansion. Unable to deny the demonic presence any ...
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A lonely hotel by a lonely road. Sarah is lost, looking for somewhere to sleep. She's come to the wrong place. A lonely hotel by a lonely road. Sarah is lost, Jenny is looking for her. She's come to the right place. The Bridgeburn Hotel.
After her young son is killed in a tragic accident, a woman learns of a ritual which will bring him back to say goodbye, but when she disobeys a sacred warning, she upsets the balance between life and death.
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A security guard (Vincent Rivera) gets hired to guard an empty mansion until the owner will arrive in the morning. Little does he know, he has been set up as a human sacrifice to placate ... See full summary »
Based on a terrifying series of events, A manifestation of evil that begins to engulf the life of a young couple who just moved into a mansion. Unable to deny the demonic presence any longer, things begin to change... And Not for the Better...
Massimiliano Cerchi...please find another line of work.
Massimiliano Cerchi...please find another line of work. I could have tie wrapped a go-pro to a squirrel and made a better movie than this. I've seen "adult-themed" films, filmed on VHS in a back yard of a house that has better acting. Good grief, the only thing "Insane" about this, was I watched the entire train wreck, rather than the insides of my eyelids...like my wife opted. Let me point out a few glaring and blatant mistakes I don't think are even taught in film school because they rank with: "Make sure the camera is on". If you have an actor standing at the stove "cooking", maybe actually have something in the pan and have the stove on, plates out, bags of food...ANYTHING to suggest the actor is actually making something, rather than have them pushing a spatula around an empty cold frying pan. Also if you're trying to show actors watching TV, how's about having a TV in front of them.....on. Really? REALLY?? Wow, this was bad. Was this supposed to be a frightening movie? Or an example of how to make terrible waste of hard drive space? The most terrifying thing about this film was the thought that you might be supporting a family on an income producing such magnificent bowel movements you call, film. All I can say Massimiliano is the world does need ditch diggers.
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