When medical trials are pushed to their limits, the most extreme tests end up on St. Leonards Island in the north Atlantic - a re-purposed prison for some of the world's most violent ... See full summary »
A gifted musician inherits a mansion after her long lost father dies under mysterious circumstances. She discovers his last musical masterpiece riddled with cryptic symbols that unravels an evil secret.
A group of young people, guided by an app which connects living with the dead, find themselves at an abandoned castle. A place with a horrific history tied to each of them, for reasons they'll soon discover.
When a nurse downloads an app that claims to predict the moment a person will die, it tells her she only has three days to live. With the clock ticking and a figure haunting her, she must find a way to save her life before time runs out.
Talitha Eliana Bateman
Part of this movie deals with schizophrenia, and the movie itself seems to suffer from the same disease. While watching it , I couldn't help but wonder if 2 different people wrote it and directed it. I expected this, based on the trailer to be a "so bad it's funny" movie, but it actually starts off well , with realistic dialogue and Robert Kazinsky is very good in the lead. After awhile though I was waiting for it to start to get good or scary or anything, after all it's suppose to be a horror movie, but other then atmosphere it was starting to bore me. As other characters were introduced, some played by really awful actors, the movie jumped the rails and became preposterous, with dialogue so bad I was laughing. How could a movie that started out so good, go so bad ? By the time Tatum O'Neal arrived, and I was asking myself, "what is she doing in this ?", I began to wonder if this dud could in any way redeem itself. Well no , it doesn't. I watched it till the end only because it was this or load the dishwasher.
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