A decades dormant cult is coming back to life. Seemingly sweet Midwestern 16-year-old Taylor is tabbed as the face of the movement, climbing her way to power one murder at a time. Don't act like a victim and you'll never be one.
In the vague but haunting shadows of the apartment, a petrified young woman is almost certain that, in the dead of night, something is looking at her, piercing the wall with a steadfast and unquiet stare.
Ryan Allan Young
A legend. Four children in wood, their game and the freedom to a monster. Terror in the town. And the solution to solve the problem. Nothing new but used in interesting manner, more as return to old memories about stories like it but, in same measure. as a good work with classic cliches. A film about fear and interdictions, preserving the quality of Crypt TV.
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