John Dunning, a disgraced psychic who sees the dead, is thrust in the midst of the embattled Bellvue family empire, and must investigate the suspicious death of the last heir, while cynical...
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John Dunning, a disgraced psychic who sees the dead, is thrust in the midst of the embattled Bellvue family empire, and must investigate the suspicious death of the last heir, while cynical journalist Valerie Kreuger documents his every move; but when the death is ruled a murder and John the sole suspect, he must venture into the depths of madness to uncover the truth about the family and their power, before he loses his mind - or worse.Written by
Although having nothing to do with the film, director Neil Breen was listed on the slate throughout production. See more »
poor attempt to a horror flick
Over-all this is just a bad film, the script is amateurish, the acting is laughable and not credible, but that is mostly due to a really poorly written storyline and ridiculous scenes and conversations. The characters are flat and suffer from a drama school play feel, there is no easing in to the story, just straight into some mediocre effects. The soundtrack feels dated and just plain lazy. The idea has something, but it suffers from all above. Nowadays we can expect more from low budget horror, just look at It Follows and the Blair Witch Project. A little more contemporary and better script writing and this could be something fun.
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