"It’s The Exorcist meets Hitchcock’s Rear Window – infused with the best pieces of your favorite bro-mance buddy comedies...
Long time buddies (they’ve known one another since high school) George (Brad Pennington) and Phinneas (Clint Browning) share an apartment in Los Angeles. It’s a duplex, with their Russian landlord, Mr. Romanovsky (Leon Shparaga) living in the upstairs unit. George has returned to the apartment (atop an almost insurmountable flight of outdoor stairs) with injuries to one leg and one arm, rendering him basically immobile. His girlfriend Kim (Gena Shaw) and her friend Olivia (Larena Reyna) join the two boys on George’s first night home. After some drinking and relaxing, they bring out a Ouija board (there’s my patented phrase – “What could possibly go wrong?”), and as you can imagine, things quickly go south. That night, Phinneas begins to exhibit bizarre behavior (including some wonky eyes), and the journey of these two roomies begins. Add in the curiosity surrounding Romanovsky and his immaculately decorated apartment, and you’ve got several gears grinding at once – possession, an actual mystery and a couple of pot-smoking brahs..."
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Michael Klug — Horror Freak News
International Horror Hotel - Winner - Suspense-Thriller Feature | Los Angeles Guerrilla Film Festival - Winner - Best Feature Film | Depth of Field Film Festival Competition - Winner - Award of Excellence: Horror Feature, Insomnium - Lead Actor: Brad Pennington - Cinematography: Andrew J Whittaker - Winner - Award of Exceptional Merit: Original Score, Larena Reyna - Winner - Best of Show: Direction, Scott Powers - Best Supporting Actor: Clint Browning | FANtastic Horror Film Festival - Nominated - Best Actor in a Feature Film: Brad Pennington - Nominated - Best Original Score in a Feature Film: Larena Reyna