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20th Century Ghosts
20th Century Ghosts concerns the Rosebud Theatre in which the spirit of a young girl talks to various moviegoers. She has been posthumously frequenting the cinema after she died during a screening of The Wizard of Oz. The story also focuses on Alec Sheldon, the theatre owner, and how he comes to terms with his nearing mortality and how the Rosebud will fare after his retirement.
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Middle-aged rock star Judas Coyne collects morbid curios for fun, so doesn't think twice about buying a suit advertised at an online auction site as haunted by its dead owner's ghost. Only after it arrives does Judas discover that the suit belonged to Craddock McDermott, the stepfather of one of Coyne's discarded groupies, and that the old man's ghost is a malignant spirit determined to kill Judas in revenge for his stepdaughter's suicide.
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A love story driven by horror and vengeance revolves around a 26-year-old man who wakes up one morning from a blackout hangover and horns beginning to sprout from his head. As the horns grow bigger by the day, the answer to the mystery seems to lie in the unsolved murder of his girlfriend. (Release Date February 2010)
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Locke & Key: Welcome to Lovecraft
The shattered Locke family attempts to rebuild after the father/husband is murdered by a deranged high school student. The family subsequently moves in with the deceased father's brother at the family homestead in Maine. But it's a bad idea to try to leave behind the gruesome goings-on in your life by moving to an island named Lovecraft. What begins as a study in coping with grief soon veers into creepy territory as the youngest Locke discovers a doorway with decidedly spectral qualities...
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