A successful author was sent to the small town of Drago because of a nervous breakdown, and gets wound up in an unknown mystery about demons and werewolves. She begins seeing ghosts and dismisses them as her own imagination, but when they turn out to be real, she begins to get suspicious of the small town and of its past. But at the heart of this scenic, serene village is much darker than its benign appearance; and while she hopes her vacation will dispel her visions, a sinister presence has drawn her there. She will soon discover that the ghosts that have haunted her are real and that her horrific visions are an unknown message.Written by
Matt Dotzenroth <firstname.lastname@example.org>
John Hough said in an interview in Fangoria that there wasn't a script when they went to go make the film. The script was eventually written by Freddie Rowe and he would also receive notes and messages from him as well as additional pages. However, when Hough tried to ask for Rowe's phone number or an address so he could reach him, he was denied every time. He suspected Rowe was actually Clive Turner himself. Supposedly because he and Turner never got along and that Turner kept trying to make power plays as he wanted to be the producer and director. See more »
When Tom is speaking to Janice in the parking lot of the the archives, when his back is shown, his lips continue to move during an audio pause between sentences. See more »
I saw Sister Ruth last night.
I know this is going to sound crazy. Maybe it is, but, I saw her here. And the expression on her face... was like... something horrible was happening right here in my living room. Like, I don't know what.
[Janice doesn't respond]
I told you I have quite an imagination.
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