Let's Scare Jessica to Death

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"An impressively creepy little horror film" – Stuart Galbraith IV, DVDTalk.com

Released from an institution after suffering a nervous breakdown, Jessica (Zohra Lampert, The Exorcist III) seeks the tranquility of a secluded home in Connecticut to help make her recovery complete. But instead of a restful recuperation with her husband and close friend in the New England countryside, Jessica soon finds herself falling into a swirling vortex of madness and the supernatural! And an even more unsettling discovery is that the entire region seems to be under the influence of a mysterious woman who has been living in the supposedly empty house. Jessica's fear and dread only intensify when she discovers that the "undead" girl, Emily, tragically drowned long ago, on her wedding day. Is she back to take vengeance?

Bonus Features

NEW Audio Commentary With Director John Hancock And Producer Bill Badalato

NEW Art Saved My Life – An Interview With Composer Orville Stoeber

NEW Scare Tactics: Reflections On A Seventies Horror Classic – An Interview With Author/Film Historian Kim Newman

NEW She Walks These Hills – The Film’s Locations Then And Now

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"An impressively creepy little horror film" – Stuart Galbraith IV, DVDTalk.com

Released from an institution after suffering a nervous breakdown, Jessica (Zohra Lampert, The Exorcist III) seeks the tranquility of a secluded home in Connecticut to help make her recovery complete. But instead of a restful recuperation with her husband and close friend in the New England countryside, Jessica soon finds herself falling into a swirling vortex of madness and the supernatural! And an even more unsettling discovery is that the entire region seems to be under the influence of a mysterious woman who has been living in the supposedly empty house. Jessica's fear and dread only intensify when she discovers that the "undead" girl, Emily, tragically drowned long ago, on her wedding day. Is she back to take vengeance?

Bonus Features

NEW Audio Commentary With Director John Hancock And Producer Bill Badalato

NEW Art Saved My Life – An Interview With Composer Orville Stoeber

NEW Scare Tactics: Reflections On A Seventies Horror Classic – An Interview With Author/Film Historian Kim Newman

NEW She Walks These Hills – The Film’s Locations Then And Now

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"An impressively creepy little horror film" – Stuart Galbraith IV, DVDTalk.com

Released from an institution after suffering a nervous breakdown, Jessica (Zohra Lampert, The Exorcist III) seeks the tranquility of a secluded home in Connecticut to help make her recovery complete. But instead of a restful recuperation with her husband and close friend in the New England countryside, Jessica soon finds herself falling into a swirling vortex of madness and the supernatural! And an even more unsettling discovery is that the entire region seems to be under the influence of a mysterious woman who has been living in the supposedly empty house. Jessica's fear and dread only intensify when she discovers that the "undead" girl, Emily, tragically drowned long ago, on her wedding day. Is she back to take vengeance?

Bonus Features

NEW Audio Commentary With Director John Hancock And Producer Bill Badalato

NEW Art Saved My Life – An Interview With Composer Orville Stoeber

NEW Scare Tactics: Reflections On A Seventies Horror Classic – An Interview With Author/Film Historian Kim Newman

NEW She Walks These Hills – The Film’s Locations Then And Now

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"An impressively creepy little horror film" – Stuart Galbraith IV, DVDTalk.com

Released from an institution after suffering a nervous breakdown, Jessica (Zohra Lampert, The Exorcist III) seeks the tranquility of a secluded home in Connecticut to help make her recovery complete. But instead of a restful recuperation with her husband and close friend in the New England countryside, Jessica soon finds herself falling into a swirling vortex of madness and the supernatural! And an even more unsettling discovery is that the entire region seems to be under the influence of a mysterious woman who has been living in the supposedly empty house. Jessica's fear and dread only intensify when she discovers that the "undead" girl, Emily, tragically drowned long ago, on her wedding day. Is she back to take vengeance?

Bonus Features

NEW Audio Commentary With Director John Hancock And Producer Bill Badalato

NEW Art Saved My Life – An Interview With Composer Orville Stoeber

NEW Scare Tactics: Reflections On A Seventies Horror Classic – An Interview With Author/Film Historian Kim Newman

NEW She Walks These Hills – The Film’s Locations Then And Now

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"An impressively creepy little horror film" – Stuart Galbraith IV, DVDTalk.com

Released from an institution after suffering a nervous breakdown, Jessica (Zohra Lampert, The Exorcist III) seeks the tranquility of a secluded home in Connecticut to help make her recovery complete. But instead of a restful recuperation with her husband and close friend in the New England countryside, Jessica soon finds herself falling into a swirling vortex of madness and the supernatural! And an even more unsettling discovery is that the entire region seems to be under the influence of a mysterious woman who has been living in the supposedly empty house. Jessica's fear and dread only intensify when she discovers that the "undead" girl, Emily, tragically drowned long ago, on her wedding day. Is she back to take vengeance?

Bonus Features

NEW Audio Commentary With Director John Hancock And Producer Bill Badalato

NEW Art Saved My Life – An Interview With Composer Orville Stoeber

NEW Scare Tactics: Reflections On A Seventies Horror Classic – An Interview With Author/Film Historian Kim Newman

NEW She Walks These Hills – The Film’s Locations Then And Now

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"An impressively creepy little horror film" – Stuart Galbraith IV, DVDTalk.com

Released from an institution after suffering a nervous breakdown, Jessica (Zohra Lampert, The Exorcist III) seeks the tranquility of a secluded home in Connecticut to help make her recovery complete. But instead of a restful recuperation with her husband and close friend in the New England countryside, Jessica soon finds herself falling into a swirling vortex of madness and the supernatural! And an even more unsettling discovery is that the entire region seems to be under the influence of a mysterious woman who has been living in the supposedly empty house. Jessica's fear and dread only intensify when she discovers that the "undead" girl, Emily, tragically drowned long ago, on her wedding day. Is she back to take vengeance?

Bonus Features

NEW Audio Commentary With Director John Hancock And Producer Bill Badalato

NEW Art Saved My Life – An Interview With Composer Orville Stoeber

NEW Scare Tactics: Reflections On A Seventies Horror Classic – An Interview With Author/Film Historian Kim Newman

NEW She Walks These Hills – The Film’s Locations Then And Now

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"An impressively creepy little horror film" – Stuart Galbraith IV, DVDTalk.com

Released from an institution after suffering a nervous breakdown, Jessica (Zohra Lampert, The Exorcist III) seeks the tranquility of a secluded home in Connecticut to help make her recovery complete. But instead of a restful recuperation with her husband and close friend in the New England countryside, Jessica soon finds herself falling into a swirling vortex of madness and the supernatural! And an even more unsettling discovery is that the entire region seems to be under the influence of a mysterious woman who has been living in the supposedly empty house. Jessica's fear and dread only intensify when she discovers that the "undead" girl, Emily, tragically drowned long ago, on her wedding day. Is she back to take vengeance?

Bonus Features

NEW Audio Commentary With Director John Hancock And Producer Bill Badalato

NEW Art Saved My Life – An Interview With Composer Orville Stoeber

NEW Scare Tactics: Reflections On A Seventies Horror Classic – An Interview With Author/Film Historian Kim Newman

NEW She Walks These Hills – The Film’s Locations Then And Now

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"An impressively creepy little horror film" – Stuart Galbraith IV, DVDTalk.com

Released from an institution after suffering a nervous breakdown, Jessica (Zohra Lampert, The Exorcist III) seeks the tranquility of a secluded home in Connecticut to help make her recovery complete. But instead of a restful recuperation with her husband and close friend in the New England countryside, Jessica soon finds herself falling into a swirling vortex of madness and the supernatural! And an even more unsettling discovery is that the entire region seems to be under the influence of a mysterious woman who has been living in the supposedly empty house. Jessica's fear and dread only intensify when she discovers that the "undead" girl, Emily, tragically drowned long ago, on her wedding day. Is she back to take vengeance?

Bonus Features

NEW Audio Commentary With Director John Hancock And Producer Bill Badalato

NEW Art Saved My Life – An Interview With Composer Orville Stoeber

NEW Scare Tactics: Reflections On A Seventies Horror Classic – An Interview With Author/Film Historian Kim Newman

NEW She Walks These Hills – The Film’s Locations Then And Now

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"An impressively creepy little horror film" – Stuart Galbraith IV, DVDTalk.com

Released from an institution after suffering a nervous breakdown, Jessica (Zohra Lampert, The Exorcist III) seeks the tranquility of a secluded home in Connecticut to help make her recovery complete. But instead of a restful recuperation with her husband and close friend in the New England countryside, Jessica soon finds herself falling into a swirling vortex of madness and the supernatural! And an even more unsettling discovery is that the entire region seems to be under the influence of a mysterious woman who has been living in the supposedly empty house. Jessica's fear and dread only intensify when she discovers that the "undead" girl, Emily, tragically drowned long ago, on her wedding day. Is she back to take vengeance?

Bonus Features

NEW Audio Commentary With Director John Hancock And Producer Bill Badalato

NEW Art Saved My Life – An Interview With Composer Orville Stoeber

NEW Scare Tactics: Reflections On A Seventies Horror Classic – An Interview With Author/Film Historian Kim Newman

NEW She Walks These Hills – The Film’s Locations Then And Now

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"An impressively creepy little horror film" – Stuart Galbraith IV, DVDTalk.com

Released from an institution after suffering a nervous breakdown, Jessica (Zohra Lampert, The Exorcist III) seeks the tranquility of a secluded home in Connecticut to help make her recovery complete. But instead of a restful recuperation with her husband and close friend in the New England countryside, Jessica soon finds herself falling into a swirling vortex of madness and the supernatural! And an even more unsettling discovery is that the entire region seems to be under the influence of a mysterious woman who has been living in the supposedly empty house. Jessica's fear and dread only intensify when she discovers that the "undead" girl, Emily, tragically drowned long ago, on her wedding day. Is she back to take vengeance?

Bonus Features

NEW Audio Commentary With Director John Hancock And Producer Bill Badalato

NEW Art Saved My Life – An Interview With Composer Orville Stoeber

NEW Scare Tactics: Reflections On A Seventies Horror Classic – An Interview With Author/Film Historian Kim Newman

NEW She Walks These Hills – The Film’s Locations Then And Now

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"An impressively creepy little horror film" – Stuart Galbraith IV, DVDTalk.com

Released from an institution after suffering a nervous breakdown, Jessica (Zohra Lampert, The Exorcist III) seeks the tranquility of a secluded home in Connecticut to help make her recovery complete. But instead of a restful recuperation with her husband and close friend in the New England countryside, Jessica soon finds herself falling into a swirling vortex of madness and the supernatural! And an even more unsettling discovery is that the entire region seems to be under the influence of a mysterious woman who has been living in the supposedly empty house. Jessica's fear and dread only intensify when she discovers that the "undead" girl, Emily, tragically drowned long ago, on her wedding day. Is she back to take vengeance?

Bonus Features

NEW Audio Commentary With Director John Hancock And Producer Bill Badalato

NEW Art Saved My Life – An Interview With Composer Orville Stoeber

NEW Scare Tactics: Reflections On A Seventies Horror Classic – An Interview With Author/Film Historian Kim Newman

NEW She Walks These Hills – The Film’s Locations Then And Now

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"An impressively creepy little horror film" – Stuart Galbraith IV, DVDTalk.com

Released from an institution after suffering a nervous breakdown, Jessica (Zohra Lampert, The Exorcist III) seeks the tranquility of a secluded home in Connecticut to help make her recovery complete. But instead of a restful recuperation with her husband and close friend in the New England countryside, Jessica soon finds herself falling into a swirling vortex of madness and the supernatural! And an even more unsettling discovery is that the entire region seems to be under the influence of a mysterious woman who has been living in the supposedly empty house. Jessica's fear and dread only intensify when she discovers that the "undead" girl, Emily, tragically drowned long ago, on her wedding day. Is she back to take vengeance?

Bonus Features

NEW Audio Commentary With Director John Hancock And Producer Bill Badalato

NEW Art Saved My Life – An Interview With Composer Orville Stoeber

NEW Scare Tactics: Reflections On A Seventies Horror Classic – An Interview With Author/Film Historian Kim Newman

NEW She Walks These Hills – The Film’s Locations Then And Now

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"An impressively creepy little horror film" – Stuart Galbraith IV, DVDTalk.com

Released from an institution after suffering a nervous breakdown, Jessica (Zohra Lampert, The Exorcist III) seeks the tranquility of a secluded home in Connecticut to help make her recovery complete. But instead of a restful recuperation with her husband and close friend in the New England countryside, Jessica soon finds herself falling into a swirling vortex of madness and the supernatural! And an even more unsettling discovery is that the entire region seems to be under the influence of a mysterious woman who has been living in the supposedly empty house. Jessica's fear and dread only intensify when she discovers that the "undead" girl, Emily, tragically drowned long ago, on her wedding day. Is she back to take vengeance?

Bonus Features

NEW Audio Commentary With Director John Hancock And Producer Bill Badalato

NEW Art Saved My Life – An Interview With Composer Orville Stoeber

NEW Scare Tactics: Reflections On A Seventies Horror Classic – An Interview With Author/Film Historian Kim Newman

NEW She Walks These Hills – The Film’s Locations Then And Now

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"An impressively creepy little horror film" – Stuart Galbraith IV, DVDTalk.com

Released from an institution after suffering a nervous breakdown, Jessica (Zohra Lampert, The Exorcist III) seeks the tranquility of a secluded home in Connecticut to help make her recovery complete. But instead of a restful recuperation with her husband and close friend in the New England countryside, Jessica soon finds herself falling into a swirling vortex of madness and the supernatural! And an even more unsettling discovery is that the entire region seems to be under the influence of a mysterious woman who has been living in the supposedly empty house. Jessica's fear and dread only intensify when she discovers that the "undead" girl, Emily, tragically drowned long ago, on her wedding day. Is she back to take vengeance?

Bonus Features

NEW Audio Commentary With Director John Hancock And Producer Bill Badalato

NEW Art Saved My Life – An Interview With Composer Orville Stoeber

NEW Scare Tactics: Reflections On A Seventies Horror Classic – An Interview With Author/Film Historian Kim Newman

NEW She Walks These Hills – The Film’s Locations Then And Now

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"An impressively creepy little horror film" – Stuart Galbraith IV, DVDTalk.com

Released from an institution after suffering a nervous breakdown, Jessica (Zohra Lampert, The Exorcist III) seeks the tranquility of a secluded home in Connecticut to help make her recovery complete. But instead of a restful recuperation with her husband and close friend in the New England countryside, Jessica soon finds herself falling into a swirling vortex of madness and the supernatural! And an even more unsettling discovery is that the entire region seems to be under the influence of a mysterious woman who has been living in the supposedly empty house. Jessica's fear and dread only intensify when she discovers that the "undead" girl, Emily, tragically drowned long ago, on her wedding day. Is she back to take vengeance?

Bonus Features

NEW Audio Commentary With Director John Hancock And Producer Bill Badalato

NEW Art Saved My Life – An Interview With Composer Orville Stoeber

NEW Scare Tactics: Reflections On A Seventies Horror Classic – An Interview With Author/Film Historian Kim Newman

NEW She Walks These Hills – The Film’s Locations Then And Now

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"An impressively creepy little horror film" – Stuart Galbraith IV, DVDTalk.com

Released from an institution after suffering a nervous breakdown, Jessica (Zohra Lampert, The Exorcist III) seeks the tranquility of a secluded home in Connecticut to help make her recovery complete. But instead of a restful recuperation with her husband and close friend in the New England countryside, Jessica soon finds herself falling into a swirling vortex of madness and the supernatural! And an even more unsettling discovery is that the entire region seems to be under the influence of a mysterious woman who has been living in the supposedly empty house. Jessica's fear and dread only intensify when she discovers that the "undead" girl, Emily, tragically drowned long ago, on her wedding day. Is she back to take vengeance?

Bonus Features

NEW Audio Commentary With Director John Hancock And Producer Bill Badalato

NEW Art Saved My Life – An Interview With Composer Orville Stoeber

NEW Scare Tactics: Reflections On A Seventies Horror Classic – An Interview With Author/Film Historian Kim Newman

NEW She Walks These Hills – The Film’s Locations Then And Now

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"An impressively creepy little horror film" – Stuart Galbraith IV, DVDTalk.com

Released from an institution after suffering a nervous breakdown, Jessica (Zohra Lampert, The Exorcist III) seeks the tranquility of a secluded home in Connecticut to help make her recovery complete. But instead of a restful recuperation with her husband and close friend in the New England countryside, Jessica soon finds herself falling into a swirling vortex of madness and the supernatural! And an even more unsettling discovery is that the entire region seems to be under the influence of a mysterious woman who has been living in the supposedly empty house. Jessica's fear and dread only intensify when she discovers that the "undead" girl, Emily, tragically drowned long ago, on her wedding day. Is she back to take vengeance?

Bonus Features

NEW Audio Commentary With Director John Hancock And Producer Bill Badalato

NEW Art Saved My Life – An Interview With Composer Orville Stoeber

NEW Scare Tactics: Reflections On A Seventies Horror Classic – An Interview With Author/Film Historian Kim Newman

NEW She Walks These Hills – The Film’s Locations Then And Now

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"An impressively creepy little horror film" – Stuart Galbraith IV, DVDTalk.com

Released from an institution after suffering a nervous breakdown, Jessica (Zohra Lampert, The Exorcist III) seeks the tranquility of a secluded home in Connecticut to help make her recovery complete. But instead of a restful recuperation with her husband and close friend in the New England countryside, Jessica soon finds herself falling into a swirling vortex of madness and the supernatural! And an even more unsettling discovery is that the entire region seems to be under the influence of a mysterious woman who has been living in the supposedly empty house. Jessica's fear and dread only intensify when she discovers that the "undead" girl, Emily, tragically drowned long ago, on her wedding day. Is she back to take vengeance?

Bonus Features

NEW Audio Commentary With Director John Hancock And Producer Bill Badalato

NEW Art Saved My Life – An Interview With Composer Orville Stoeber

NEW Scare Tactics: Reflections On A Seventies Horror Classic – An Interview With Author/Film Historian Kim Newman

NEW She Walks These Hills – The Film’s Locations Then And Now

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"An impressively creepy little horror film" – Stuart Galbraith IV, DVDTalk.com

Released from an institution after suffering a nervous breakdown, Jessica (Zohra Lampert, The Exorcist III) seeks the tranquility of a secluded home in Connecticut to help make her recovery complete. But instead of a restful recuperation with her husband and close friend in the New England countryside, Jessica soon finds herself falling into a swirling vortex of madness and the supernatural! And an even more unsettling discovery is that the entire region seems to be under the influence of a mysterious woman who has been living in the supposedly empty house. Jessica's fear and dread only intensify when she discovers that the "undead" girl, Emily, tragically drowned long ago, on her wedding day. Is she back to take vengeance?

Bonus Features

NEW Audio Commentary With Director John Hancock And Producer Bill Badalato

NEW Art Saved My Life – An Interview With Composer Orville Stoeber

NEW Scare Tactics: Reflections On A Seventies Horror Classic – An Interview With Author/Film Historian Kim Newman

NEW She Walks These Hills – The Film’s Locations Then And Now

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"An impressively creepy little horror film" – Stuart Galbraith IV, DVDTalk.com

Released from an institution after suffering a nervous breakdown, Jessica (Zohra Lampert, The Exorcist III) seeks the tranquility of a secluded home in Connecticut to help make her recovery complete. But instead of a restful recuperation with her husband and close friend in the New England countryside, Jessica soon finds herself falling into a swirling vortex of madness and the supernatural! And an even more unsettling discovery is that the entire region seems to be under the influence of a mysterious woman who has been living in the supposedly empty house. Jessica's fear and dread only intensify when she discovers that the "undead" girl, Emily, tragically drowned long ago, on her wedding day. Is she back to take vengeance?

Bonus Features

NEW Audio Commentary With Director John Hancock And Producer Bill Badalato

NEW Art Saved My Life – An Interview With Composer Orville Stoeber

NEW Scare Tactics: Reflections On A Seventies Horror Classic – An Interview With Author/Film Historian Kim Newman

NEW She Walks These Hills – The Film’s Locations Then And Now

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"An impressively creepy little horror film" – Stuart Galbraith IV, DVDTalk.com

Released from an institution after suffering a nervous breakdown, Jessica (Zohra Lampert, The Exorcist III) seeks the tranquility of a secluded home in Connecticut to help make her recovery complete. But instead of a restful recuperation with her husband and close friend in the New England countryside, Jessica soon finds herself falling into a swirling vortex of madness and the supernatural! And an even more unsettling discovery is that the entire region seems to be under the influence of a mysterious woman who has been living in the supposedly empty house. Jessica's fear and dread only intensify when she discovers that the "undead" girl, Emily, tragically drowned long ago, on her wedding day. Is she back to take vengeance?

Bonus Features

NEW Audio Commentary With Director John Hancock And Producer Bill Badalato

NEW Art Saved My Life – An Interview With Composer Orville Stoeber

NEW Scare Tactics: Reflections On A Seventies Horror Classic – An Interview With Author/Film Historian Kim Newman

NEW She Walks These Hills – The Film’s Locations Then And Now

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"An impressively creepy little horror film" – Stuart Galbraith IV, DVDTalk.com

Released from an institution after suffering a nervous breakdown, Jessica (Zohra Lampert, The Exorcist III) seeks the tranquility of a secluded home in Connecticut to help make her recovery complete. But instead of a restful recuperation with her husband and close friend in the New England countryside, Jessica soon finds herself falling into a swirling vortex of madness and the supernatural! And an even more unsettling discovery is that the entire region seems to be under the influence of a mysterious woman who has been living in the supposedly empty house. Jessica's fear and dread only intensify when she discovers that the "undead" girl, Emily, tragically drowned long ago, on her wedding day. Is she back to take vengeance?

Bonus Features

NEW Audio Commentary With Director John Hancock And Producer Bill Badalato

NEW Art Saved My Life – An Interview With Composer Orville Stoeber

NEW Scare Tactics: Reflections On A Seventies Horror Classic – An Interview With Author/Film Historian Kim Newman

NEW She Walks These Hills – The Film’s Locations Then And Now

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"An impressively creepy little horror film" – Stuart Galbraith IV, DVDTalk.com

Released from an institution after suffering a nervous breakdown, Jessica (Zohra Lampert, The Exorcist III) seeks the tranquility of a secluded home in Connecticut to help make her recovery complete. But instead of a restful recuperation with her husband and close friend in the New England countryside, Jessica soon finds herself falling into a swirling vortex of madness and the supernatural! And an even more unsettling discovery is that the entire region seems to be under the influence of a mysterious woman who has been living in the supposedly empty house. Jessica's fear and dread only intensify when she discovers that the "undead" girl, Emily, tragically drowned long ago, on her wedding day. Is she back to take vengeance?

Bonus Features

NEW Audio Commentary With Director John Hancock And Producer Bill Badalato

NEW Art Saved My Life – An Interview With Composer Orville Stoeber

NEW Scare Tactics: Reflections On A Seventies Horror Classic – An Interview With Author/Film Historian Kim Newman

NEW She Walks These Hills – The Film’s Locations Then And Now

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"An impressively creepy little horror film" – Stuart Galbraith IV, DVDTalk.com

Released from an institution after suffering a nervous breakdown, Jessica (Zohra Lampert, The Exorcist III) seeks the tranquility of a secluded home in Connecticut to help make her recovery complete. But instead of a restful recuperation with her husband and close friend in the New England countryside, Jessica soon finds herself falling into a swirling vortex of madness and the supernatural! And an even more unsettling discovery is that the entire region seems to be under the influence of a mysterious woman who has been living in the supposedly empty house. Jessica's fear and dread only intensify when she discovers that the "undead" girl, Emily, tragically drowned long ago, on her wedding day. Is she back to take vengeance?

Bonus Features

NEW Audio Commentary With Director John Hancock And Producer Bill Badalato

NEW Art Saved My Life – An Interview With Composer Orville Stoeber

NEW Scare Tactics: Reflections On A Seventies Horror Classic – An Interview With Author/Film Historian Kim Newman

NEW She Walks These Hills – The Film’s Locations Then And Now

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"An impressively creepy little horror film" – Stuart Galbraith IV, DVDTalk.com

Released from an institution after suffering a nervous breakdown, Jessica (Zohra Lampert, The Exorcist III) seeks the tranquility of a secluded home in Connecticut to help make her recovery complete. But instead of a restful recuperation with her husband and close friend in the New England countryside, Jessica soon finds herself falling into a swirling vortex of madness and the supernatural! And an even more unsettling discovery is that the entire region seems to be under the influence of a mysterious woman who has been living in the supposedly empty house. Jessica's fear and dread only intensify when she discovers that the "undead" girl, Emily, tragically drowned long ago, on her wedding day. Is she back to take vengeance?

Bonus Features

NEW Audio Commentary With Director John Hancock And Producer Bill Badalato

NEW Art Saved My Life – An Interview With Composer Orville Stoeber

NEW Scare Tactics: Reflections On A Seventies Horror Classic – An Interview With Author/Film Historian Kim Newman

NEW She Walks These Hills – The Film’s Locations Then And Now

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"An impressively creepy little horror film" – Stuart Galbraith IV, DVDTalk.com

Released from an institution after suffering a nervous breakdown, Jessica (Zohra Lampert, The Exorcist III) seeks the tranquility of a secluded home in Connecticut to help make her recovery complete. But instead of a restful recuperation with her husband and close friend in the New England countryside, Jessica soon finds herself falling into a swirling vortex of madness and the supernatural! And an even more unsettling discovery is that the entire region seems to be under the influence of a mysterious woman who has been living in the supposedly empty house. Jessica's fear and dread only intensify when she discovers that the "undead" girl, Emily, tragically drowned long ago, on her wedding day. Is she back to take vengeance?

Bonus Features

NEW Audio Commentary With Director John Hancock And Producer Bill Badalato

NEW Art Saved My Life – An Interview With Composer Orville Stoeber

NEW Scare Tactics: Reflections On A Seventies Horror Classic – An Interview With Author/Film Historian Kim Newman

NEW She Walks These Hills – The Film’s Locations Then And Now

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"An impressively creepy little horror film" – Stuart Galbraith IV, DVDTalk.com

Released from an institution after suffering a nervous breakdown, Jessica (Zohra Lampert, The Exorcist III) seeks the tranquility of a secluded home in Connecticut to help make her recovery complete. But instead of a restful recuperation with her husband and close friend in the New England countryside, Jessica soon finds herself falling into a swirling vortex of madness and the supernatural! And an even more unsettling discovery is that the entire region seems to be under the influence of a mysterious woman who has been living in the supposedly empty house. Jessica's fear and dread only intensify when she discovers that the "undead" girl, Emily, tragically drowned long ago, on her wedding day. Is she back to take vengeance?

Bonus Features

NEW Audio Commentary With Director John Hancock And Producer Bill Badalato

NEW Art Saved My Life – An Interview With Composer Orville Stoeber

NEW Scare Tactics: Reflections On A Seventies Horror Classic – An Interview With Author/Film Historian Kim Newman

NEW She Walks These Hills – The Film’s Locations Then And Now

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"An impressively creepy little horror film" – Stuart Galbraith IV, DVDTalk.com

Released from an institution after suffering a nervous breakdown, Jessica (Zohra Lampert, The Exorcist III) seeks the tranquility of a secluded home in Connecticut to help make her recovery complete. But instead of a restful recuperation with her husband and close friend in the New England countryside, Jessica soon finds herself falling into a swirling vortex of madness and the supernatural! And an even more unsettling discovery is that the entire region seems to be under the influence of a mysterious woman who has been living in the supposedly empty house. Jessica's fear and dread only intensify when she discovers that the "undead" girl, Emily, tragically drowned long ago, on her wedding day. Is she back to take vengeance?

Bonus Features

NEW Audio Commentary With Director John Hancock And Producer Bill Badalato

NEW Art Saved My Life – An Interview With Composer Orville Stoeber

NEW Scare Tactics: Reflections On A Seventies Horror Classic – An Interview With Author/Film Historian Kim Newman

NEW She Walks These Hills – The Film’s Locations Then And Now

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"An impressively creepy little horror film" – Stuart Galbraith IV, DVDTalk.com

Released from an institution after suffering a nervous breakdown, Jessica (Zohra Lampert, The Exorcist III) seeks the tranquility of a secluded home in Connecticut to help make her recovery complete. But instead of a restful recuperation with her husband and close friend in the New England countryside, Jessica soon finds herself falling into a swirling vortex of madness and the supernatural! And an even more unsettling discovery is that the entire region seems to be under the influence of a mysterious woman who has been living in the supposedly empty house. Jessica's fear and dread only intensify when she discovers that the "undead" girl, Emily, tragically drowned long ago, on her wedding day. Is she back to take vengeance?

Bonus Features

NEW Audio Commentary With Director John Hancock And Producer Bill Badalato

NEW Art Saved My Life – An Interview With Composer Orville Stoeber

NEW Scare Tactics: Reflections On A Seventies Horror Classic – An Interview With Author/Film Historian Kim Newman

NEW She Walks These Hills – The Film’s Locations Then And Now

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"An impressively creepy little horror film" – Stuart Galbraith IV, DVDTalk.com

Released from an institution after suffering a nervous breakdown, Jessica (Zohra Lampert, The Exorcist III) seeks the tranquility of a secluded home in Connecticut to help make her recovery complete. But instead of a restful recuperation with her husband and close friend in the New England countryside, Jessica soon finds herself falling into a swirling vortex of madness and the supernatural! And an even more unsettling discovery is that the entire region seems to be under the influence of a mysterious woman who has been living in the supposedly empty house. Jessica's fear and dread only intensify when she discovers that the "undead" girl, Emily, tragically drowned long ago, on her wedding day. Is she back to take vengeance?

Bonus Features

NEW Audio Commentary With Director John Hancock And Producer Bill Badalato

NEW Art Saved My Life – An Interview With Composer Orville Stoeber

NEW Scare Tactics: Reflections On A Seventies Horror Classic – An Interview With Author/Film Historian Kim Newman

NEW She Walks These Hills – The Film’s Locations Then And Now

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"An impressively creepy little horror film" – Stuart Galbraith IV, DVDTalk.com

Released from an institution after suffering a nervous breakdown, Jessica (Zohra Lampert, The Exorcist III) seeks the tranquility of a secluded home in Connecticut to help make her recovery complete. But instead of a restful recuperation with her husband and close friend in the New England countryside, Jessica soon finds herself falling into a swirling vortex of madness and the supernatural! And an even more unsettling discovery is that the entire region seems to be under the influence of a mysterious woman who has been living in the supposedly empty house. Jessica's fear and dread only intensify when she discovers that the "undead" girl, Emily, tragically drowned long ago, on her wedding day. Is she back to take vengeance?

Bonus Features

NEW Audio Commentary With Director John Hancock And Producer Bill Badalato

NEW Art Saved My Life – An Interview With Composer Orville Stoeber

NEW Scare Tactics: Reflections On A Seventies Horror Classic – An Interview With Author/Film Historian Kim Newman

NEW She Walks These Hills – The Film’s Locations Then And Now

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"An impressively creepy little horror film" – Stuart Galbraith IV, DVDTalk.com

Released from an institution after suffering a nervous breakdown, Jessica (Zohra Lampert, The Exorcist III) seeks the tranquility of a secluded home in Connecticut to help make her recovery complete. But instead of a restful recuperation with her husband and close friend in the New England countryside, Jessica soon finds herself falling into a swirling vortex of madness and the supernatural! And an even more unsettling discovery is that the entire region seems to be under the influence of a mysterious woman who has been living in the supposedly empty house. Jessica's fear and dread only intensify when she discovers that the "undead" girl, Emily, tragically drowned long ago, on her wedding day. Is she back to take vengeance?

Bonus Features

NEW Audio Commentary With Director John Hancock And Producer Bill Badalato

NEW Art Saved My Life – An Interview With Composer Orville Stoeber

NEW Scare Tactics: Reflections On A Seventies Horror Classic – An Interview With Author/Film Historian Kim Newman

NEW She Walks These Hills – The Film’s Locations Then And Now

Theatrical Trailer

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"An impressively creepy little horror film" – Stuart Galbraith IV, DVDTalk.com

Released from an institution after suffering a nervous breakdown, Jessica (Zohra Lampert, The Exorcist III) seeks the tranquility of a secluded home in Connecticut to help make her recovery complete. But instead of a restful recuperation with her husband and close friend in the New England countryside, Jessica soon finds herself falling into a swirling vortex of madness and the supernatural! And an even more unsettling discovery is that the entire region seems to be under the influence of a mysterious woman who has been living in the supposedly empty house. Jessica's fear and dread only intensify when she discovers that the "undead" girl, Emily, tragically drowned long ago, on her wedding day. Is she back to take vengeance?

Bonus Features

NEW Audio Commentary With Director John Hancock And Producer Bill Badalato

NEW Art Saved My Life – An Interview With Composer Orville Stoeber

NEW Scare Tactics: Reflections On A Seventies Horror Classic – An Interview With Author/Film Historian Kim Newman

NEW She Walks These Hills – The Film’s Locations Then And Now

Theatrical Trailer

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"An impressively creepy little horror film" – Stuart Galbraith IV, DVDTalk.com

Released from an institution after suffering a nervous breakdown, Jessica (Zohra Lampert, The Exorcist III) seeks the tranquility of a secluded home in Connecticut to help make her recovery complete. But instead of a restful recuperation with her husband and close friend in the New England countryside, Jessica soon finds herself falling into a swirling vortex of madness and the supernatural! And an even more unsettling discovery is that the entire region seems to be under the influence of a mysterious woman who has been living in the supposedly empty house. Jessica's fear and dread only intensify when she discovers that the "undead" girl, Emily, tragically drowned long ago, on her wedding day. Is she back to take vengeance?

Bonus Features

NEW Audio Commentary With Director John Hancock And Producer Bill Badalato

NEW Art Saved My Life – An Interview With Composer Orville Stoeber

NEW Scare Tactics: Reflections On A Seventies Horror Classic – An Interview With Author/Film Historian Kim Newman

NEW She Walks These Hills – The Film’s Locations Then And Now

Theatrical Trailer

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Still Gallery

"An impressively creepy little horror film" – Stuart Galbraith IV, DVDTalk.com

Released from an institution after suffering a nervous breakdown, Jessica (Zohra Lampert, The Exorcist III) seeks the tranquility of a secluded home in Connecticut to help make her recovery complete. But instead of a restful recuperation with her husband and close friend in the New England countryside, Jessica soon finds herself falling into a swirling vortex of madness and the supernatural! And an even more unsettling discovery is that the entire region seems to be under the influence of a mysterious woman who has been living in the supposedly empty house. Jessica's fear and dread only intensify when she discovers that the "undead" girl, Emily, tragically drowned long ago, on her wedding day. Is she back to take vengeance?

Bonus Features

NEW Audio Commentary With Director John Hancock And Producer Bill Badalato

NEW Art Saved My Life – An Interview With Composer Orville Stoeber

NEW Scare Tactics: Reflections On A Seventies Horror Classic – An Interview With Author/Film Historian Kim Newman

NEW She Walks These Hills – The Film’s Locations Then And Now

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