Empty Rooms: With 4 Bonus Movies [DVD]

This horror release features Adam Lamas' thriller Empty Rooms, as well as bonus flicks Don't Look Down, 19 Doors, Dark Spirits, and Evidence of a Haunting.
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Overview

Synopsis

Dark Spirits
A woman suffers soul crushing guilt after foreseeing her sister's murder but failing to stop the crime, only to realize that she may be next on the list to die. Shortly after arguing with her sister Tereza, Eva dreams that her sibling falls victim to a shadowy killer. When Eva's vision comes true, she attempts to put the nightmare behind her by moving away with her boyfriend. Meanwhile, Eva's second sight grows increasingly powerful, and Tereza begins to haunt her from the shadows. Upon realizing that Tereza's killer has now targeted her for death, too, Eva races to uncover his identity before it's too late. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

Empty Rooms
19 Doors
A screenwriter spends the night in a haunted hotel so that she can get some inspiration to write a new story. Soon she is beset by a series of increasingly bizarre encounters that have her questioning her sanity. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi

Evidence of a Haunting
A group of paranormal investigators seek irrefutable proof of ghosts, and encounter something downright diabolical during three separate cases. The Supernatural Phenomena Research Society is a group dedicated to gathering evidence of life after death. In their first investigation, the group travels to Louisiana to witness the exorcism of a frightened child. Later, following a hair-raising encounter with a menacing Native American apparition in Oklahoma, the team ventures into the subterranean tunnels beneath Trinity River Community College in Dallas, Texas, where they encounter an entity that may in fact be the Son of Satan. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

Don't Look Down
Traumatized by the death of her sister, who smashed through a loose railing and plummetted down a steep cliff, Carla Engel (Megan Ward) has developed a debilitating fear of heights. On the advice of a therapist, Carla joins a support group consisting of others suffering from acrophobia. Then, one by one, the members of the group are killed--each of them falling to his or her death. A bizarre coincidence? Or is someone deliberately, and literally, trying to literally push Carla completely over the edge? With the name Wes Craven in the film's title, that question virtually answers itself. Don't Look Down first aired October 29, 1998, on ABC. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Lucia Siposova
    Lucia Siposova
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    Jan Budar
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