The Presence


The Presence

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Looking to escape the pressures of everyday life, a woman (Sorvino) travels to a secluded cabin in the woods. She's not alone, though, because an apparition (West) inhabits the cabin and begins to stalk her. But when the woman's boyfriend (Kirk) arrives, the spirit in the house grows darker and more obsessive. She soon starts to exhibit weird and irrational behavior and her boyfriend fears she's been possessed by the ghost in love with her.

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Justin Kirk
as The Man
Mira Sorvino
as The Woman
Tony Curran
as The Man In Black
Muse Watson
as Mr. Browman

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This was definitely different, but aside from a few moments, it was pretty boring. They didn't explain some things that would have been nice to know about.

Erin Collins
Erin Collins

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This movie gets some points for a unique concept and some pretty nice cinematography, but in the end the actors just don't have the chops and the end result is just really boring. Has it's moments I guess towards the end, but also gets pretty dumb around the same time. Can't say I'd waste my time with this one ever again.

Ed Fucking Harris
Ed Fucking Harris

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I got about an hour into the movie. Nothing had really happened up to that point, so I figured I would cut my losses. You can skip this one!

Sarah Prisbylla
Sarah Prisbylla

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Rented this for $1. No dialog for the first 20 minutes. Not scary. Confusing ending. Leaves a lot of unsolved questions and too much is left up to the viewer to decide who was what and what exactly happened.

Sean Gillespie
Sean Gillespie

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