A supernatural thriller directed by Todd Alcott who co-wrote the script with Holly Golden, and features Michael Rady and Toby Huss. Golden produced the film along with Ilan Arboleda. The film revolves around Lucy, who has a new husband, a new home and a new baby, but old ghosts won't let her be. She has dedicated her life to helping families break the cycle of abuse, so when she and her husband, Wade, see the echoes of a violent family tragedy in their home, Lucy tries to help the tortured souls break free of their torment and move on. She finds, however, that these ghosts don't want her help -- they want to lead Lucy and her family to their doom.
Lucy has a new husband, a new house and a new baby, but old ghosts do not let her be in peace. Trying to help the tortured souls to escape the suffering and rescueing them, but she soon discovers the ghosts do not want to help her. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
hate e (mx) wrote: Brave yet flawed adaption of Iain Banks' dark novel. The characters appear flat as they wade through some bland dialogue. Jonny Lee Miller goes through the remarkable events as if he were buying socks. The shocks and surprises fail to shock or surprise. A more full on darker thrust would have prevented this from resembling a poor episode of Taggart. Well done for having a go and well done for keeping it in Scotland rather than moving it to another locale.
Despina G (fr) wrote: as funny as the previous ones......
colin m (au) wrote: Army Of Darkness is a really clever horror film. It is funny and self aware at times. Bruce Campbell is perfect in this movie as he was in all of the Evil Dead movies. This movie is the weakest in the trilogy, but still a great movie
Teddy V (us) wrote: If it's as bad as it's supposed to be, I have to see it ... later.
David S (gb) wrote: Following on from the original disaster movie, this is more of the same with Michael Caine, Sally Field and Karl Malden going back into the capsized SS Poseidon to rescue some stranded passengers as well as picking up some loot while dodging bad guy Telly Savalas. The same formula works again with thrills, shocks and good effects. Some of the characters are copies of the characters from the original with Peter Boyle an Ernest Borginine substitute and Shirley Knight similar Shelley Winters. Though this doesn't detract from the fact that this is still an entertaining film filled with action, adventure and good performances.
Alna S (kr) wrote: Not as great as the previous one. It was very simple, but the choreography was great!