Newspaper reporter Jacob Harker (Rob Boltin) loses his job, forcing he and his wife, Haley (Gwendolyn Edwards), to move into a small rental house owned by Webster Cain (Michael Monks). In the process of moving in, Jacob discovers a discarded audio recording of 60’s blues singer Carol James (Hannah Hughes). Captivated by the voice on the recording, Jacob conducts an investigation into Carol James’ life and death. Through his pursuit, Jacob becomes haunted by an evil spirit. While the spirit seductively persuades Jacob, drawing him deeper and deeper into its own malicious plot, the spirit attacks and terrorizes Haley, creating both fear and distrust in the Harker’s home. Haley sees her husband turning into someone less recognizable each day. How can a marriage survive such attack, deception, and evil? Can the faith of one help restore the condition of another?
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That means camp fires and ghost stories, right?
With this new movie, you don't have to leave the house for the same effect! Yup, this is actually a Christian THRILLER, that will not only make you jump, you might just not want to watch it alone! It's a tale of obsession and darkness, and will remind you of different movies, yet it's senses of evil versus good sets it apart, as husband and wife battle and seek to bring them both to the light. I don't want to give away much, as this is a movie that needs to be seen from start to finish, for the full effect! I would definitely say this is for teens 12 and over, as the subject matter is not for younger kids. It also allows for adults to talk to teens about true evil in the world, which most teens won't be aware of, but their parents are. The movie is a great move to bringing Christian based movies into more mainstream viewing, and I urge everyone to watch it.