- SKU: 18567249
- Release Date: 06/15/2010
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A paranormal researcher seeks to solve her father's murder by catching the man who killed him, only to find that true evil possesses the power to cheat death. Ever since her dad was killed, Diella has developed an obsession with the supernatural. Today, she and a team of paranormal researchers use advanced technology to search for evidence of life after death. The harder they search for clues, the more ominous the messages from the other side become. Before long Diella and her team are peering into the mind of a madman, experiencing things beyond their realm of comprehension, and facing a fate far worse than death. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Although this made-for-TV chiller would seem to have been inspired by The Amityville Horror, it actually has a closer kinship to To Kill a Mockingbird. Moving his family into their new home, tech writer Victor Robinson (John Savage) can't shake the feeling that someone is already living there. Well, not exactly "living"; thanks to an ancient Edison invention activated by Victor's autistic daughter, the family begins picking up disturbing echoes of a murder that occurred there eight years ago. Even worse, one of the Robinsons' neighbors is a child killer, who will strike again unless the spirits of his past victims can make themselves known. First telecast November 12, 1998, Lost Souls was originally part of UPN's weekly "Nightworld" movie series. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
Cast & Crew
- Tara Carroll
- Samuel Child
- Tony Suraci
- Mark Colson