“The Pact” is new horror and drametical movie. It is directed and written by Nicholas McCarthy. It is produced by Jaime Burke, Jamie Carmichael, Ross M. Dinerstein, Sam Zuckerman. Watch online The Pact movie in Full HD/DVD/ipod/divX All Qualities are Here
Music is given by Ronen Landa.
Movie Review (Synopsis):
The Pact is a horror film developed from a short, and unfortunately it splits apart while being stretched out to feature length. There are some very neat little scary moments, but the whole thing fails to hang together and the plot is muddled. Caity Lotz plays Annie, a young woman and recovering drug addict with some biker-chick attitude who is struggling to come to terms with her mother’s death, and with being back in the family home in which so many unhappy and traumatising things happened. Soon, she senses that the place is impregnated with a spirit of evil. The “Skype” scene at the very beginning delivers a short, sharp shock, and McCarthy takes the time-honoured scary-movie trope of seeing something creepy in a photograph and brings it bang up to date in the era of Google Street View. McCarthy has a talent to unsettle – still not entirely developed.
The Pact takes place in San Pedro, the ugly port south of Los Angeles where Charles Bukowski chose to spend his last days, and centres on Annie, a leather-clad biker who returns to her nondescript family home for her loathsome mother’s funeral only to find her sister has disappeared. The house is evidently possessed, someone appears to be sending ominous messages to Anne, and the film cleverly exploits aspects of everyone’s childhood.
The place is about to close (not like The Shining’s Overlook hotel just for the winter but for ever) and its two remaining employees decide to have some fun and possibly make a bit of money by a little paranormal investigation. They’re a likable pair of laidback slackers – the sharp, sceptical desk clerk Luke (Pat Healy) and his footloose assistant Claire (Sara Paxton) – and apart from their ghostbusting they have only three guests to bother about this final week, one of them an elderly widower who’d spent his honeymoon at the hotel, another a TV actress turned professional psychic (Kelly McGillis). The film is scary enough to keep you alert in the cinema, but unlikely to give you a sleepless night.
The first part of the film plays on this “ghost story aspect” with clues leading to answers of a much darker story underway. Annie who can’t seem to find her sister “also” ends up losing her cousin who disappears from the house after a sleep over.
By the time Annie arrives at the house, she has multiple voice-mails from Liz, informing her that Nicole is missing. Annie tries calling Nicole, only to find her phone in the closet. After picking up the phone, she hears a thud in another room. Upon inspection, she finds some keys and a photograph on the floor.When Annie falls asleep that night, she dreams of the corridor in her mother’s house. She moves down the hall and into the room at the end, where we see the outline of a figure. Annie wakes up and walks into the kitchen, where she finds a jar of pickles and two sticks of butter on the floor. She puts them on the counter, then starts back to her bedroom when she steps on a broken photo frame laying on the floor. She removes a shard of glass from her foot and looks at the photo, identifying the pregnant woman in the photo as her mother. She unfolds the other half of the photo to find another pregnant woman who she seemingly has no recollection of.
Annie visits a girl she went to school with, Stevie (Hudson), who supposedly has psychic powers. Stevie and her friend Giles (Ball) go with Annie to the house to see if Stevie can see anything that might help uncover the truth. Stevie asks to go to Annie’s mother’s room, but when she finds nothing there, Stevie wanders into the hallway and the lights begin to flicker. She claims that Annie’s mother is there, then points to the closet and asks Annie ‘what’s in there?’. Stevie becomes visibly upset, saying she can see what Annie’s mother used to do to her and her sister in that room. Stevie opens the closet door and asks Annie what’s on the other side. Annie directs her to the room with the holes in the walls, where Stevie starts to have a fit, saying “this is where they go when they go” and repeating the name “Judas”. Stevie falls onto the floor and starts to scream as she looks at the ceiling. Annie and Giles look up to see the corpse of a woman floating above them. Giles picks up Stevie and runs out of the house. Annie follows them out of the room, then turns see the woman standing in the doorway. Annie follows the others outside and asks Stevie who the woman was. Crying, Stevie says “they didn’t want anyone to know” while Giles puts her in the car. Annie continues to shout questions to Stevie till Giles hits her and reprimands her for working Stevie into such a state. Annie hits him back and demands to talk to Stevie, but he gets in the car and they drive away.
Actor Casper Van Dien comes to Annie’s aid as she becomes under investigation for the disappearances. The 2 of them investigate the house further and discover a secret room hidden behind the staircase wallpaper. While the room is empty, it’s a step closer to the clues needed to put the pieces together. Annie calls in the help of spiritual medium Stevie (Haley Hudson) who is instantly affected by the spirit that roams the house. The is encounter adds a few of the movies eeriest moments really sending the chills for more creepy encounters. Stevie who is affected by the incident pretty hard herself later offers some advice to Annie in communicating with the spirited directly (yep those damn Ouija boards). We also begin to get a glimpse into the 2 sisters life growing up with mom (though I didnt find it a big plot point).
Director / writer Nicholas McCarthy has not only impressed me with his story and film, but as a director he seems to really know “what” shots get under the skin of his audience. Those long hallway frames, those fixations on dark closets that tell you that something diabolical awaits, those unnerving moments holding on a instance that drips with tension….these are the elements of a great horror film. If you thought this year’s “The Innkeepers” was edgy, then your gonna want to spend a quite night with this.
One or two half-decent jumps get the film moving in the early stages, and a nicely handled rip-off of the medium/ exorcist scene from every haunted house film ever is worthy of some muted praise, but the whole experience is crippled by a confusing script – we’re never quite sure what the threat is, who the characters are or what exactly they are doing.
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Characters are playing roles as :
Caity Lotz is playing as Annie
Casper Van Dien is playing as Creek
Agnes Bruckner is playing as Nicole
Mark Steger is playing as Charles
Haley Hudson is playing as Stevie
Kathleen Rose Perkins is playing as Liz
Samuel Ball is playing as Giles
Bo Barrett is playing as Jesse
Dakota Bright is playing as Eva
Jeffrey T Ferguson is playing as Officer Benson
Rachael Kahne is playing as waitress
Santiago Segura is playing as dishwasher
Sam Zuckerman is playing as county