The peace of a small town is going to be upset. Through a series of coincidences, acts of violence and corruption, unexpected truths will be revealed and the lives of nine people become intertwined thanks to sudden and stunning changes.
A late night courier boy agrees to pick up the feisty daughter of an important client. The two youngsters form a close connection and spend two nights exploring LA's local food scene while their romance blossoms.
Believing their deceased son isn't at peace, Molly and Tom ask a medium to make contact. But after they invite a vengeful demon to cross over, the couple must enlist the help of a disgraced priest to attempt a dangerous exorcism.
Kelly Lynn Reiter,
Dr. Volk (Bob Bancroft) quotes poetry from Byron and William Blake. See more »
(at around 18 mins) Brown shoes appear on Young Man's feet after he's shocked by the cattle prod. See more »
You have a foul mouth. In fact, everything about you is foul. Your stench pollutes this entire space.
I'll return after a few hours and see if you're attitude is improved.
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I had to make myself a drink after watching this film. I'd like to start by admitting that I'm a male. Also that I believe women should have rights over their lives and bodies without question.
The film will leave you a little shaky as was intended. The storyline is well thought out with many unexpected twists and turns. Hultquist and Matinez did a damn good job. Direction was fine, given an obvious limited budget the film seemed a tad scaled back. But no complaints. The less Eskandari showed the more freaked out I became.
Harrowing to watch. Especially if you see everyones point of view, motive and that of any victim of crime.
Actors Weigand and Bancroft turned in above-average performances. Weigand's character arc is particularly well done by the young actor.
Think I'll make myself another drink.
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