A Haunting in Salem

Synopsis: The new town sheriff moves into a large creepy old house with his family. It seems that in the town of Salem there's a special house for the sheriff to live in gratis. Unfortunately it's haunted by witches that have a strong craving for sheriff's blood.
Genre: Horror
Director(s): Shane Van Dyke
Production: Asylum Home Entertainment
  1 win.
 
IMDB:
3.3
R
Year:
2011
86 min
27 Views


What is happening?

Honey?

Hello, my dear...

Are you sleepy, right?

Honey?

What happened?

Sweetie...

O Jesus! Oh, Jesus!

Honey, wake up.

Wake up, sweetie.

Wake up.

Do not... Honey...

Sam?

Sam!

Do not!

Salem, founded in 1626

/ i

- I think you're jokes.

- Here we graduate in 7 months.

- Good.

- Primary Collins. Nice to see you.

- With pleasure, and sheriff Downs.

- Behold I and the good news.

- What are they?

- Did you say "and sheriff".

Once again congratulations

for your new position.

I am sure that after you stay at least

work, you find the right Salem... quiet.

- Thank you for the opportunity, sir.

- With pleasure.

- My wife, Carrie.

- Good.

- Sheet And I knew are my sons, Kyle and Alli.

- Good.

I'm well acquainted.

This is Mrs. Winston, is vice president

of the Society History of Salem.

- Nice.

- And he's McSwain.

He will help you at all

gardening and what it takes to house maintenance.

- Not so, McSwain?

- Yes, sir... primary.

- House is wonderful.

- Thank you, Mrs Downs.

We are proud of it. It's older than the country.

Has a few hundred years.

Was built in 1692 by Jonathan Horn,

one of the founders of our city.

Of course, that has been

remodeled over the years

Re, left the session and sheriff

60 years from now.

I remembered, and sheriff Downs...

Your badge.

- God, looks like a war of tissue.

- The so is Mrs. Downs.

Belongs to each and sheriff.

- Stone you have said?

- What kind of stones?

McSwain, did you work?

Acordai There's too much attention.

It's very healthy to the head.

But, do the job.

Keys are here. That area and information about

Parks, restaurants and more.

There's a row of keys, but...

I left the office.

- A to bring you the latest.

- Everything is OK. Do not rush.

Now you will leave. And sheriff,

and you rest and take your rest week.

I am sure that your assistant will do

for another few days.

And if you need anything,

feel free to contact me

- Mr Mayor, thank you for everything.

- With pleasure.

This place is creepy.

"Wow"... it's right place and that's great.

Anyway, I'll sit too much.

- Seems to be haunted.

- Kyle, do not start again.

I think you are too big

ghost stories.

But that's not a ghost story

.

- Yes, people were omori here.

- It's an urban legend.

It's a great house.

Attract large houses ghost stories.

- Especially in Salem.

- We got free.

's Old house, large and free.

And for that, are willing to accept any.

- Choose your room.

- The largest.

- I think you need help.

- I.

Where's my baseball bat?

- Sorry.

- What are you doing up here?

- I think you hit the window.

- I think your jokes and...

Wayne! Bird!

- Stuff that cut me.

- Good.

- A sharp glass I entered.

- Okay.

Should be cleaned in order not to infect

, OK?

Off. Cleans

first.

- Really?

- How?

- In witchcraft.

- I.

- I think.

- Do you?

Because you think I do now

spells.

- Where'd you put it?

- Do you have any objection?

No, no... I just...

Can you?

I'm currently in a perfect form

, Mrs Downs.

At least,

as well as I ever was.

What would you do your time and

your shower to the ALA,for lost time.

- Give me five minutes or less.

- Speak of the shower.

I think that is my shower.

- What's this?

- I got it for about 9 months.

Swear.

I would be better not minds,

and sheriff.

I do not hear, is not it?

Old house has walls, children!

- Wayne, can come a little?

- What happened?

Baby, light flashing here.

Perhaps his light.

- Are you OK?

- Yes, two hurt in 6:00.

Put some ice up there.

Valerie:
So like

Ali:
Like hell.

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