When a foreign exchange student, Ana (Hayley McLaughlin), studying abroad in America becomes the target of a dangerous stalker, she accepts the invitation to move in with her roommate's family in their idyllic town.
A woman is sent to a mental institution after stabbing her classmate in an attempt to conjure an evil spirit called, Mercy Black. Fifteen years later she's released, and must save her nephew, who has become obsessed with the phenomenon.
Allison Jones and her blind daughter Abigail return to Allison's childhood hometown after the death of Allison's beloved aunt. While mother and daughter are reeling from this tragic loss ... See full summary »
When a former co-host, Jake Everett, works his way back into the professional life of popular TV morning show host Naomi Spencer, the show's success skyrockets, but Naomi's personal life begins to fall apart.
After their mother dies, Celeste Hart struggles to come to terms with her own identity, literally, as her mother was the only person who could ever tell Celeste apart from her identical twin, Leeann. Dealing with grief differently, Celeste begins to pull away from her sister, her partner in life and business, while dangerously unstable Leeann only smothers Celeste more. Mere days before opening their hip new yoga studio, Celeste escapes on a self-realization yoga retreat led by Sergio, a Yogi who's as charming as he is spiritual. Abandoned, Leeann unravels maniacally and plots to find her twin and put an identity-bending end to Celeste's new beginning - at any cost.Written by
Are you ready to have your intelligence insulted every 3 minutes? This seems to be a film from someone who has never actually seen a movie before. I mean is this really what passes for a thriller these days? I am usually all about supporting up and coming talent but not this time. I hope the film industry eats this guy alive so I don't have to sit through another piece of garbage like this again.
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