Sarah Landon and the Paranormal Hour

Synopsis: In San Diego, Sarah Landon is invited by her grandmother's friend, Thelma Shaw, to spend the weekend with her in Pine Valley, California. Sarah used to spend vacations there during her childhood with her recently-deceased friend Megan. While heading to Pine Valley, her car breaks down and Carlos, the mechanic, calls his assistant, Matt Baker, to give her a ride. Sarah knows Matt from her childhood and asks about his older brother, David. Meanwhile Carlos tells a sad story about their uncle, Ben Woods. He apparently used to brag about his only son, Johnny, considered by Ben to be the best baseball player in the Valley. On his twenty-first birthday, Ben's sister Mary Ann Baker decided to celebrate with Johnny but she had a car accident and the teenager died. Ben promised to kill David Baker on his twenty-first birthday and he dies on the day of Johnny's funeral. Over the years, Mary Ann becomes delusional and has a breakdown. During an argument between his mother and father, David overhe
Director(s): Lisa Comrie
Production: Freestyle Releasing
Rotten Tomatoes:
81 min


Aqui we are. Thanks for the avento.

There is not problem.

Envelope said Matt, the mechanic

Not, forget it.

That? Nothing.

Do you want to help him you?

I am not, well.

Adios Matt.


Sarah hears. - If?

Maybe us see tomorrow. Sure .

I am as happy of seeing you.

To you also.

How did you arrive here?

Matt Baker brought me. Matt Baker.

Wildo , to where you go?

This either, thanks mom.


You did you take on Monday even? If.


Has that been there any suedes?

He by himself does not, do a pair of years.

I shoot my husband just

Before dying.

He loved me he hunts.

If, listen to that.

My fourth extra listens to, this I fill

Of old things lately.

Asi that you will be in huespedes house.

Where your and Mary they used to play , you remember?

We loved the place.

The only problem is that the odorless one

This spoiled

So you will have to use that of the house

I wait do not disturb you.

Clear that not.

You dare joins key.

This well one.


There are clean savannas in the bed and

Some towels in the bath.

If you need something mas, by yourself

Tell it to me.

Thank you very much.

The supper will be ready in 30 minutes. This well one.

Thanks a lot for the supper

It was delicious.

Having brightens up me someone for whom


Say me about your walk with Matt

He grew to be a big boy , do not create it?

If, it seems very kind.

This I rang something strange one but with

That was my first kiss.

Lover you do not tell it to me.

By himself it was a beak, we were playing

A kiss game.

I do not believe that he remembers it.

Probably not.

Lady Shaw?

Charles was counting the story

Of Ben Woods.

I eat treatment of killing the sister David

Does he know something about that?

That said to you?

The menace said to me as Johnny died and exceed.

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John Comrie

John Dixon Comrie (28 February 1875 – 2 October 1939) was a Scottish physician, historian of medicine, and the editor of the first edition of Black's Medical Dictionary.Comrie studied at George Watson's College and the University of Edinburgh, graduating with M.B. degree and first-class honours in 1899. He became Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians in 1906 and M.D. in 1911, and then worked with the Edinburgh and Glasgow Infirmaries. After that he did post-graduate studies in Berlin and Vienna, worked as clinical assistant at the National Hospital in London, and finally settled at Edinburgh, where he became known as pathologist, physician to the Royal Infirmary, and consulting physician to the Deaconess Hospital and the Princess Margaret Rose Hospital for Crippled Children. During World War I he acted as consulting physician to the North Russian Expeditionary Force, reaching the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel.His father was also John Dixon Comrie (died before October 1939). more…

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