Tiffany is hunting for answers after her sister died during an encounter with the mysterious woman in white. When she crosses paths with Adelaide, a young woman whose family seems to be ...
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An independent 12 year old girl named Three is home alone late one night when her house is invaded by several masked intruders. While trying to escape from them she learns of a far more dangerous threat waiting outside.
A bored young woman in a sleepy community called Spearfish starts receiving photographs of brutally murdered young women. Are they real or staged? The culprit is either a serial killer or some creep with a sick sense of humour.
The small town of Little Park, South Jersey is rattled when a girl slaughters her friends after a seance one evening. Weeks later, with the suspect locked in a psych hospital, murders and abductions begin to occur.
Tiffany is hunting for answers after her sister died during an encounter with the mysterious woman in white. When she crosses paths with Adelaide, a young woman whose family seems to be targets of the same entity, she tries to keep the deadly history from repeating itself.
Originally, Shady Dawn Pictures had another film on the slate for summer 2016 and Ryan had no plans for a sequel to "The Girl in the Cornfield". A viewer who screened a Rough Cut made an off-hand remark about a potential sequel and that later inspired Callaway to start writing in February after getting the go-ahead from Producer Sabine Becker. Casting was initially finalized on May 13th, the day the original movie was released. Shooting began in late June. See more »
Okay so yes it's a low budget, pure amateur attempt at a supernatural thriller and I'm evaluating it with that in mind. But after one dream sequence after another, after another, after another, after another all in just the first half, you give up on maintaining any suspense in any scene to follow. The old saying fool me once, shame on you,,Fool me twice, shame on ME, comes into play VERY early...
It also runs way too long and has only about 30 seconds of real suspenseful action for a two hour film... The females in the film though all did a good job with their parts, the one male lead's character however was just not very believable and just too stiff and dull to watch.
Hopefully the writer and director will get better in any attempt to create such a movie in the future..
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