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Skeptic

Daly/Saldana/Arnold

Skeptic Daly Saldana Arnold Ws Nr
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Tim Daly stars as lawyer Bryan Becket, a cynical control freak who inherits his aunt's creepy Victorian mansion after her mysterious death. But when this die-hard doubter begins to experience a series of increasingly vicious and personal paranormal events, he turns to his business partner (Tom Arnold) and an eccentric medium (Zoe Saldana) for answers. For one skeptic, the horrifying truth behind some secrets may be waiting behind the door down a dark hallway of the soul. Andrea Roth (Rescue Me), Edward Herrmann and Robert Prosky co-star in this 'thinking man's haunted house movie' from the award-winning writer/director of Dorian Blues.

Actors:

Andrea Roth,Zoe Saldana,Edward Herrmann,Robert Prosky,Tim Daly,Tom Arnold

Description:

Following the mysterious death of his aunt, power lawyer Bryan Becket (Tim Daly) moves into the elderly woman's purportedly haunted Victorian mansion. A die hard skeptic, he dismisses one eerie incident after another, until the haunting turns so personal and vicious, Becket's cool, unemotional veneer begins to unravel. Whispers in the night, things he sees in the darkness, clues of a horrible secret, turn our rationalist into a terrified and reluctant seeker. A seeker of a truth so unspeakable it could destroy him. And the mystery, always just out of reach down the darkened hall, is not fully revealed until the film's final moments. And even then, it leaves a tantalizing question.

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