Synopsis: It seemed perfect - a new marriage, a new house, and a child on the way. But when Sarah and Matt invite their friends to celebrate, an innocent ghost hunt turns deadly as they explore the remains of a burned-out prison. The ill-fated group encounters horrors of this world and beyond. No one is safe - not even the unborn.
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Director(s): Tripp Rhame
Production: Wolfe Releasing
Rotten Tomatoes:
82 min


Cotton tail,

he was runnin' free.

I just chased it

around the hillside,

and then I wait for him

down in the mud.

It was a fast rabbit.

Hmm. Fast, but dumb.

Don't know when

to keep it's head down.

So there it is,

rustling around

the leaves, see,

he think, uh,

under the cover

of the brush,

them hawks ain't

gonna see him.

Tickling the grass...

Then, bam!

A bullet

straight to heaven.


Mm, five big ones,


Ruth is my friend.

What'd you say?

You're gonna pay

for your sinnin'.

She told me

she wasn't the first.


She can't tell

you nothin'.

Who been talkin'

them lies?

Your preacher?


Get her, boy.

Rabbit's running.

Go ahead now,

there ain't nowhere safe.

Hawk is gonna find you.


Hi, there.

I reckon you ran

up front side of a nail.

Yeah, I think so.

I tried calling

for help, but...


that wouldn't work

when you need it to,

now would it?

No, I guess not.

Well, let me have

a little look,

take a see what

you've got here.

Thank you.

Well, yep.

It's on there.

Yeah, I did my best.

Y'all them folk

what moved up to caperwood.

Yeah, we are.

It's a good old house.

Good old house.

Yeah, it is.

Far cry

from the city, huh?

Yeah, it's beautiful.

Well, along with our

pristine roads,

people say we famous

for our views.

Thank you so much.

-What do I owe you?

-No, ma'am.

No, I could not have

done this myself.


You could've.

And you would have too.

Besides, I'd hate to

have to haul you in

for bribing an officer

of the law

before you all

even get settled.


Thank you again.

Ma'am, excuse me.

What is that right there?

It's a birthmark.

Good day.

Oh, ma'am?

One thing

i might should say,

being as y'all

ain't from around here,

not all places

fit for visit.

What do you mean?

Well, there's some strange

folk around here.

They made their life

on their own,

god bless them,

and they not

be disturbed, is all.

Wh-- ah!

Hey, babe.

Hey, sweetie.

Where you been?

Oh, don't ask.

Had a little bit

of a disaster.



-I missed you.

Aw. I missed you too.

I blew a tire though,

that's why I'm late.

I'm sorry.

Ah, please tell me

you didn't change it.


I actually tried to,

but then a local

came by and helped me.

Oh, wow.

He was a little creepy,

he still did it.

Yeah, and I almost

cut off my finger.

You almost cut off

your finger?

Yeah, perils

of house work.

Oh, look at you,

tough guy.

Yeah, watch out.

Your nails getting dirty.


-I like it.

So, uh, what are

you making tonight?

Uh, I was gonna

make something called,

"my husband's making

dinner for me."

Job well done today.

Yeah, thanks.

We're like,

20% done.

I think

we're finally where

we need to be.

This really

feels like home.





Oh, it's so good

to see you.

Great to see you.

This is Dave.

Hi, Dave.



-Thank you so much.

Thank you for coming.

This is my husband.


-How are you doing? Dave.

Yeah, pleasure.


-I know, I'm huge.

I'm huge.

Come here, come on,

i wanna show you.

Oh my god,

I'm so jealous.

Oh, don't be, please.

It's yours anytime.

You just say the word.

Well, it's actually

the bank's.

- But, lest let

facts get in the way.

And this one too,

of course,

if he plays

his cards right.

Oh, okay.

No pressure.

So... this is where

we're gonna do it.

Uh... do it?

Yeah, that's where

the magic happens.

Yeah, we've already

got the midwife,

and of course,

my favorite doctor is

going to be on-call.

Oh, so you're

giving birth here?

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