Synopsis: Five years ago, Laura Price and eleven other jurors found the notorious serial killer Evan Lucas guilty of capital murder, and he was sentenced to death. But now, mysterious things are beginning to happen to the jury members and tragedies claim the lives of one after the other. Laura realizes these deaths are not a coincidence as she begins to investigate the murders with the help of Detective Callendar and Detective Lyons. Soon, she will uncover a dangerous truth- like each juror before her Laura is also being SUMMONED.
Director(s): Peter Sullivan
Production: Hybrid LLC
89 min


Is someone there?

Who's there?

You've reached David and Laura.


It's Laura.

You didn't change

the message.

It's been

over a month.

I know, I know. I just

haven't had the time.

I can't even find

the instructions.

Keeping busy

over there?


Just gardening,


trying to get all the pieces

done for the show, you know?

Good. Good, good.

Maybe you should,

I don't know, hit up

eHarmony while you're at it.

Vicki, come on.

It's either that or you

move back to the city.

I can't be the only one

getting action around here.

No, what I need

is a big sale.


That, my dear,

is what alimony

is for.


do you have the remote?

The San

Francisco Police Department

has not confirmed

that Palardis's death

was in fact a suicide.

The police are puzzled

- regarding the circumstances surrounding


- I'm gonna have to call you back.

- Palardis was perhaps

best known

as foreman of the jury

on the infamous

Midnight Murderer case.

Six months ago, he self-published

a book about the trial

and was reportedly working

on a follow-up.

Do you want to

tell me what the hell

we're doing

up here, Mike?

I'm investigating.

And you're in my light.

Now I know

that must have hurt.

Don't you have some pressing business

to take care of back at the station?

Well, actually, Mike,

we both have

a lot of pressing business to

take care of back at the station,

which is why I'm wondering why

you're wasting your time on a suicide.

People don't just throw themselves

off buildings without a reason.

Well, I hate

to tell you this, Mike,

but sometimes bad stuff

just happens.

Shall I have the M.E. put

that on the death certificate?

He can quote me

on it.

Why don't you go grab a latte or

something? I'll be down in a few.

Who are you kidding with that?

You know you want a cigarette.

I haven't had a cigarette

in over a month.


Listen, Mike, I know

you knew the guy,

but please don't be

too long.

There's no note.

I thought you'd like

to know.


- All right, Frank.

- Huh?

I brought you

some magazines.

You expect me

to be entertained

with these

two-year-old magazines

and "The People's Court"?

Oh, hi.

Thank goodness you came.

Hi, Frank.

I brought you a muffin.

Oh, by the way, I got your

invite about the opening.

Yeah, yeah.

I was gonna tell you

it's okay if you

don't want to go.

It's just a small, little

gallery. It's nothing, really.

I'll bet you

David is very proud.

Oh, I...

I forgot.

It's okay.

Hey, you didn't bring

the checkers.

No, I didn't today.

Um, I did bring you

this, though.

I thought you might

want to know.

What's this?

I... I can't believe it.

The poor bastard.


Have you talked

to him lately?

Well, he did call me

about a year ago

to ask how I was

and sent me the book.

Did he call you?

No, not since the trial.

And, the funeral

is tomorrow, so...

Are you going?

Come on,

it's been five years.

Do you think the others

will be there?

I don't know.


Seems like

only yesterday...

our brush with history.

You know, some things

history should forget.

You should try

reading that.

I prefer to keep

the past where it is.

Listen, when you get to be

as old as I am,

the past is

all you've got.

I've got to get going.

So soon?

You just came.

I have a lot of painting

to catch up on.

Do you have to go?

I do,

but I promise you

I will bring checkers

next time.

Listen, you take care, huh?

Well, you too.

And you be nice to her.

Hey, Bill.

No, it won't take very much time.

I just need someone to

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