The Invoking

The Invoking

DVD - 2013
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After inheriting a house from the family she never knew, Samantha Harris and three friends head to rural Sadar Ridge to inspect the property. Soon after arriving, Sam begins to experience horrific visions of savage brutality and unspeakable evil. Plagued by the sinister forces closing in around her, Sam descends into a waking nightmare when the demons from her past refuse to stay buried any longer.
Publisher: [Chatsworth, Calif.] : RLJ Entertainment, [2013]
Copyright Date: ©2013
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (82 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.

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Dennis_C
May 09, 2014

The movie made little sense. Soon after arriving at the house, Samanatha sees her 3 friends acting and talking like completely different people. It 's easy for me, and probably most viewers, to figure out that these are visions of repressed memories from her childhood, somehow her friends acting the way her relatives did. But why did she regain her memories this way? And how does one of the people in the movie know that she would get these visions, and that he would be able to use them to get what he wanted?

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jazeebelle
Apr 19, 2014

You know those stories that promise you something of somewhat substance? I think this movie starts out that way and it was intriguing enough to keep my attention to the end. (well, it was on while I did my nails, if that tells you how much attention you actually have to pay.) I like the tension rather than effects factor. But the end just sort of drops you. Actually the whole movie is one of those…” really? Um… ok. That’s it. Huh…..” but not in a making you think sort of way.

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ItsJustAmy
Apr 02, 2014

To be fair, I turned it off after about 10 minutes because the dialogue and acting were so atrocious.

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