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,
After a possession led to his daughter's suicide, Michael has made it his mission to save others from the same fate. Struggling with faith and purpose, he takes on Satan's army and the the demons that seek his demise.
Welcome ladies and gentlemen to The Midnight Matinee. You will be entertained by five stories of deceit, deception, and of course.......horror. So enter if you dare. And sit back, relax, and enjoy the show.
A group of criminals stumble upon a lodge after a bank heist. As they hold the owners hostage and plan their next move they encounter an evil in the woods that is hungry and will stop at nothing to feed on their flesh.
Allyson R Hood
in 2007 a series of tapes were found in the basement of a London house. The tapes contained recordings made by a well known medium right up to the time of her death. She recorded the voices... See full summary »
A collection of twisted short films officially selected by prestigious horror fim festivals is what is in store here. From the early grind house works in THE DOMESTIC, Brutal revenge with ... See full summary »
In an old secluded home, a young girl named Amelia finds herself at the mercy of her oppressive and abusive Aunt Helen. Slowly Amelia starts to lose her grasp on reality and falls into a vortex of madness and the supernatural, soon believing shes being stalked by an evil presence. Is there something sinister haunting her from beyond the grave? Written by
Something Sinister went well beyond my expectations and frightened me many more times than I anticipated. The film is reminiscent of a lost 70s horror film. The baby cries, door knobs turning, voices from beyond the grave, figures in the background combined with the tense music will have you on edge. It gets your mind racing and wondering, similar to the films The Changeling and Burnt Offerings. Christopher Dye wrote and directed a film that did an excellent job at raising your curiosity and heart rate. Another quality of the film is that many things transpiring and going through Amelia's head were explained to us visually, so there was no overkill of dialogue telling us what's going on.
When the film opens we meet Amelia (Rachel Appelbaum) and Rachel does an astounding job. She plays such a sweet girl, that's scared, a bit crazy, and even suicidal, but through all those behaviors she's still lovable. Then you have her not so lovable Aunt Helen (Maria Olsen) and right off the bat we know that Helen is one mean controlling woman! Maria's character is a combination of Cinderella's stepmother and the mother in Carrie. What impressed me with her character is she's so threatening with her cold looks and expressions in lieu of screaming at Amelia.
Besides being scary Aunt Helen doesn't look good when she locks Amelia in the closet or ties her up to a tree, and she when she well that's enough spoilers the rest you can watch for yourself. Check it out Something Sinister when it's released. From start to finish you'll be engrossed with Amelia's eerie life and enjoy a frightening time with her.
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