Hundreds of disturbing paranormal events occur every year. Most of these terrifying encounters go unreported - until now. Enter the disturbing world of Invoking 3: Paranormal Dimensions ... See full summary »
John Kyle Sutton
ZayVian, a teenager, guilty over the death of his twin brother, commits negative acts in order to gain the attention of his parents. He seeks absolution for the murder. His ultimate ... See full summary »
Pruitt Taylor Vince,
During a late night taping of Dr. Nasty's Cavalcade of Horror, bloody chaos takes place while screening two features (Dinner for Monsters and Slit). Samantha/Nurse Nasty is frustrated with ... See full summary »
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 »
When disgraced college professor Auguste Porter hosts a celebration for his awful new play at his secluded mountain lodge, three strangers are caught between the evil forces borne of the ... See full synopsis »
Clarence Gilyard Jr.,
Xia Dongsheng, a man with deep anxiety which was caused by him witnessing a tragic death of his schoolmate leads a boring life for forty years. The married man then takes the decision to ... See full summary »
When Stacy's mom dies, Stacey puts her life and career on hold and returns to her childhood home to take care of her OCD agorophobic brother Ben who hasn't been out of the house for 23 ... See full summary »
After sharing a secret about himself, Hunter brings a group of friends from NYC back to his family farm for a weekend break. They quickly learn that secrets can be deadly as they are stalked by a twisted and disturbed beast, Pitchfork.
Glenn Douglas Packard
First the positives: some good cinematography, hard to go wrong with the beautiful location and landscapes, lots of rich colour. And lots of Jennifer Mills. Riffing on "Ancient Aliens" gets a thumbs up and yes, they hit the mark for the patronising and faux dramatic tone. The overall impression was of a professional effort and aspects of the final third were promising.
Now the negatives: *way* too long to get into the sci fi/horror. *Way* too much conversation about fists, tits and asses, sigh. The character of Jamie was under-utilised when it seemed she might emerge as a leader - and what was the deal with the glowing sphere???
Overall quite disappointing.
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