Shaken by the recent, unexpected death of her twin sister, Jennifer travels to Buenos Aires to execute the will and claim her inheritance. There, she encounters her remarkably well-preserved grandmother, who might be hiding something.
A young woman inherits a rundown mansion, where she's plagued by horrible visions and dreams. As her nightmares become more vivid and those around her get increasingly violent, she must face the horrible memory she suppressed long ago.
In a pile of dead bodies, someone wakes up. Who is he? How did he end up there? Amnesia is the first stage of an infection that turns humans into dried husks of flesh. Hunger led them to ... See full summary »
Jared, a struggling writer, is pushed to the breaking point with fatal consequences. Fact and fiction explosively collide when he writes of a dark family secret that his his mother has vowed to keep hidden at all costs.
Willful young Jennifer Cassi travels to South America to claim the inheritance of her recently deceased twin sister Johanna's house. While there Jennifer must contend with her eccentric grandmother Mary Ellen Cassi, who has damned the family with an ancient curse. Jennifer immediately starts to suffer from scary visions of a sinister raven every time she goes to sleep.Written by
What few actors that were in the movie all had a good feel for this deep, psychological horror story. It involves a family curse, that takes members of a wealthy family to a place worse than death. Faye Dunaway sells this perverted material but is at times hilarious, with flashes of campy brilliance, (especially near the end). If you like simple, inspired horror stories, a la Rod Serling, then this is for you. Its too bad our American audiences don't care enough about intelligent, disturbing stories like this one. The bitchiness between sexy Gina Philips and hot older mama Faye Dunaway is wicked and classic.
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