After suffering a tragic loss, a city detective named Michael and his wife move to a small town, where Michael joins the town police force. His first case, involving a missing person, leads him to discover that the town is plagued by a dark supernatural force. Michael will have to summon every ounce of courage in order to fight this darkness before it takes everything from him. Written by
Grindstone Entertainment Group
The frame with the angels Michael notices on the wall, are the work of Gustave Doré. This angels were part of the illustrations he did in 1866 for John Milton's 'Paradise Lost'. He created for 'Paradise Lost' 50 plates in overall. See more »
In a scene right after discovering Susie's body, while the doctor uncovers the sheet from Susie's supposedly dead face, Susie's eyelids' movement can be clearly seen. See more »
This movie reminded me of "The Exorcism of Emily Rose!" In pacing and story! I liked the spiritual warfare and good vs. evil aspect of the film. Well-acted with good story. There were some really eerie shots which added a nice element to the film. Some of the effects were cool but I would of liked to have seen even more effects.
It looks like they shot the film at the same location as "Bates Motel"...not sure how they got access to the house but it was hard to not think about that element since they both looked so similar!
All in all I really liked this film. It has a nice element of fear and paranoia but focuses on the human emotion element as well branching off from other traditional horror films like it
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