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A terrified teenage suicide survivor has a horrific supernatural encounter in this haunting tale that's sure to send a chill down the spine of even the most hardened skeptic. It's been quite a while since 16-year-old Kelly (Lauren Birkell) and her workaholic mother Laura Lee (Marina Sirtis) have spent time together, and when the troubled teen attempts to kill herself, the near-death experience serves as a wake-up call to both mother and daughter to get their relationship back on track. Though a secluded summer cottage offers the ideal setting for some quality mother-daughter bonding, Laura Lee is troubled when Kelly makes the acquaintance of a mysterious teenage boy who only the young girl can see. When Laura Lee makes a call to Kelly's psychiatrist Dr. Halsey (Dean Haglund), the open-minded doctor refers the concerned mother to gifted psychic Will Franklin (Tucker Smallwood). It doesn't take long for Will to discover that it's not the house that's haunted but Kelly herself, and the race is on to save the girl's soul before it falls prey to the vengeful spirits who seem to be manipulating her every move. … More
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Fair mystery/occult movie. I just was never in the least bit convinced, it lacks direction and focus. The performance by Lauren Birkell is weak, and being a pivotal role it hurts the overall effect of the film. Marina Sirtis fine though. Not very memorable.
Ok, this was campy good fun. bad acting, cheesy special effects and a sweet, moral with a happy ending. a little long in the tooth though. But all in all, we really enjoyed it!
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