Fear the Demon that doesn't fear God.

A family is haunted by an antique wooden box that contains an evil curse.

  • 1 hr 32 minPG13HDSD
  • Aug 31, 2012
  • Horror

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  • Kyra SedgwickStephanie

    Kyra Minturn Sedgwick was born on August 19, 1965 in New York City, to Patricia (Rosenwald), a family and speech therapist, and Henry Dwight Sedgwick V, a venture capitalist. Her mother was from an upper-class German Jewish family, and her father was from a wealthy Massachusetts clan of English descent, with many prominent ancestors (including judge Theodore Sedgwick and educator Endicott Peabody). Sedgwick attended private schools. She made her professional acting debut at age 16 on the soap opera Another World (1964). A graduate of USC, Kyra has pursued a career that includes stage, screen and television. Kyra's reason for becoming an actor is that it gives her the ability to be compassionate and to walk around in the shoes of others. Her first brush with stardom came in Born on the Fourth of July (1989) as "Donna", the high school sweetheart of Tom Cruise. Two of her roles led to Golden Globe nominations: Miss Rose White (1992) and Something to Talk About (1995). She met her husband, Kevin Bacon, when they played leads in the television movie Lemon Sky (1988). They have two children.
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  • Jeffrey Dean MorganClyde

    Jeffrey Dean Morgan endeared himself to audiences with his recurring role on ABC's smash hit series, Grey's Anatomy (2005). His dramatic arc as heart patient "Denny Duquette", who wins the heart of intern "Izzie Stevens" (Katherine Heigl) in a star-crossed romance, made him a universal fan favorite. He also had recurring roles on The CW and Warner Bros' television series, Supernatural (2005), The Good Wife (2009), and on Showtime and Lions Gate Television's award-winning comedy series, Weeds (2005). He currently stars as Negan on the hit AMC series, The Walking Dead (2010). Morgan starred in Warner Bros.' Watchmen (2009), director Zack Snyder's (300 (2006)) adaptation of the iconic graphic novel. He played the pivotal role of "The Comedian", a Vietnam vet who is a member of a group of heroes called "the Minutemen". He next appeared in producer Joel Silver's The Losers (2010), for Warner Bros. It is an adaptation of DC-Vertigo's acclaimed comic book series about a band of black ops commandos who are set up to be killed by their own government. The team barely survives and sets out to get even. James Vanderbilt adapted the screenplay, and Sylvain White directed. He appeared in Focus Features' Taking Woodstock (2009), directed by Oscar-winning director Ang Lee. He also starred opposite Uma Thurman in Yari Film Group's romantic comedy, The Accidental Husband (2008). Additional feature credits include a cameo role opposite Rachel Weisz in Warner Bros.' comedy, Fred Claus (2007), and the independent office comedy, Kabluey (2007), in which he played a charismatic yet smarmy co-worker to Lisa Kudrow's character. In 2011, the in-demand actor starred in the independent murder mystery, Texas Killing Fields (2011). In the film, based on a true story, Morgan plays a detective transplanted from New York who teams with a local investigator (Sam Worthington) to work on a series of unsolved murders in industrial wastelands surrounding Gulf Coast refineries, where as many as 70 bodies turned up over the past two decades. Together, they wage a war against the unknown assailants. Michael Mann produced the film, while his daughter, Ami Canaan Mann, directed. The actor traveled to Thailand, where he filmed the Weinstein Company's period drama, Shanghai (2010), under the direction of Mikael Håfström (1408 (2007)). John Cusack stars as an American who returns to a corrupt, Japanese-occupied Shanghai four months prior to Pearl Harbor and learns that his friend "Connor" (Morgan) has been killed. While trying to solve the murder, he discovers a much larger secret that his own government is hiding. In addition, Morgan has a role in Michael London's Groundswell Productions' All Good Things (2010), starring Kirsten Dunst and Ryan Gosling, also for The Weinstein Co. He also stars opposite two-time Academy Award winner Hilary Swank in the suspense thriller, The Resident (2011), for Hammer Films. It is the story of a young doctor (Swank) who moves into a Brooklyn loft and becomes suspicious that she is not alone. Morgan plays "Max", her charming new landlord who she discovers has developed a dangerous obsession with her. Morgan previously co-starred with Swank in Warner Bros.' P.S. I Love You (2007). Morgan also appeared in the MGM/UA reboot of the 1984 action movie, Red Dawn (2012). The plot focuses on a group of teenagers who form an insurgency, called "the Wolverines", when their town is invaded by Cuban and Russian soldiers. Morgan plays the role of "Lieutenant Andrew Tanner", leader of the U.S. Special Forces who finds the Wolverines. Morgan was born in Seattle, Washington, to Sandy Thomas and Richard Dean Morgan. In his spare time, Morgan enjoys barbecuing on the grill, reading, watching movies and listening to his favorite band, The Eagles. He also loves to root for his home team, the Seattle Seahawks. He resides in Los Angeles with his dogs, Honey Dog and Bandit Morgan, a puppy he rescued in Puerto Rico while filming. Currently resides in a farm in Rhineback New York where he is part owner of Samuel's. http://www.samuelssweetshop.com/ The Losers (2010).
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  • Rob LaBelleRussell

    Rob LaBelle was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. He is an actor and producer, known for Watchmen (2009), The Man in the High Castle (2015) and Motive (2013).
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  • Madison DavenportHannah

    Madison Danielle Davenport was born in San Antonio, Texas. She started her career in 2005 when she had a small role in Conversations with Other Women (2005). Soon after she appeared in the television series Numb3rs (2005), Close to Home (2005), CSI: NY (2004), and Hot Properties (2005). In 2006, Davenport's voice could be heard in Over the Hedge (2006) as Quillo, one of the porcupines in the film. She also had a guest starring role in Bones (2005) as Megan, a little girl who helps Temperance Brennan and Seeley Booth. Davenport appeared in Legion of Super Heroes (2006) and The Sitter (2007) in 2007. In 2008, Davenport was seen in ER (1994) and also had a voice over appearance in Special Agent Oso (2009) as Stacey & Fiona. She also had many film credits in 2008 including Humboldt County (2008), Kit Kittredge: An American Girl (2008), The Attic Door (2009), and Christmas Is Here Again (2007). In 2010, Davenport starred in the Lifetime television movie Amish Grace (2010) as Mary Beth Graber, a little girl who dies in a school shooting. She also played Destiny in Jack and the Beanstalk (2009) and had a leading role in the television movie Dad's Home (2010) as Lindsay Westman. In 2011, Davenport had a guest appearance in CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2000) as Camryn Pose, and began a recurring role in the U.S. television series Shameless (2011). She played the supporting role of Hannah in the 2012 film The Possession (2012). Davenport played Na'el, a potential romantic partner of Ham (Logan Lerman), in the biblical epic film Noah (2014), alongside Russell Crowe, Anthony Hopkins, Jennifer Connelly, and Emma Watson. The 2014 film was directed by Darren Aronofsky.
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  • Nana GbewonyoDarius

    A native of Sylmar, California, Gbewonyo played high school basketball at Kennedy High. He began his college career at College of the Canyons (Calif.), where he earned All-Western State Conference honors and was named the team's Most Valuable Player as a sophomore in the 2000-01 season. He averaged 21 points and eight rebounds that season. After two seasons at Canyons, Gbewonyo transferred to Washburn (Kansas) University, where he was a part-time starter and key component for the Ichabods in 2001-02. He started 14 of 26 games played, and averaged 7.7 points and 4.0 rebounds, as WU advanced to the MIAA Tournament semifinals. He moved onto Henderson (Ark.) State University for his senior season in 2002-03. He averaged 9.0 points and 6.0 rebounds in 35 games for the Reddies, helping them advance to the NCAA Division II South Region finals.
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