The Covenant

Synopsis: After the tragic deaths of her husband and daughter, Sarah Doyle moves back to her childhood home with her estranged brother, Richard. It's not long before Sarah begins to experience supernatural phenomena of a violent and hostile nature. Bewildered and desperate, Richard enlists the aid of a paranormal investigator who confirms that Sarah has become possessed by a powerful demon. Together, the three men will go to battle to save Sarah's soul.
Genre: Horror
90 min

- So it is with heavy

hearts, we lay to rest

your daughter Elizabeth.

But let us rejoice in the

knowledge that you have

welcomed her into your

kingdom of everlasting light.

She is in the company of

Jesus Christ, who died

and now lives.

May she rejoice in your

kingdom, where all tears

are wiped away, united together

with her father in heaven.

Now, and forever, amen.

- Adam?

Are you okay?

- Turn it off.

- Adam I think...

- turn it off I said.


- Yeah?

- It's all your fault.

- Oh!

- Hasn't changed a bit.

- Not since mom died in it.

- Home sweet home.

Well, power's on at least.

Let's see about the water.

- Eww.

- Yeah it's been more

than a few years,

all sorts of gunk.

Can't wait to see the toilets.

Sarah can you help

me out with this?

- What?

- I didn't say anything.

- This is chino's?

- Yeah.

- Ah it's terrible.

- Yeah.

- What are we doing?

- What do you mean?

- Why are we here?

- I thought coming

home might help you.

- Help me?

- Make a fresh

start with things.

Away from all that

happened last year.

- Right, and this place is just

full of wonderful memories.

- Things are gonna get better.

- Better?

Is that what we're doing here?

We're just gonna go back

and live in the past

and pretend like

everything that happened

never actually happened.

- That's not what I said.

- My daughter's dead,

my husband's dead.

And now I'm back living at home

which I something I

swore I would never do.

- I know it's not gonna be easy.

What you've been through.

- Yeah.

It's just strange.

- Strange how?

- This sudden interest

you're showing in my life.

- Sarah you're my

sister, I love you.

- Come on for 10 years

I was a name on your

Christmas card list, what

did you meet your niece once

when she was a baby?

Even after she got sick you

couldn't be bothered to call

and try to be her uncle, get

to know her before she...

- No.

You're right.

Growing up you were

always there for me, you,

always had my back with mom,

and when everything went

to sh*t I should've

been there for you.

But I'm here now.

- Yeah.

Here you are.


F***, broke my tooth on

this rubbery goddamn pizza.

- Are you okay?

- I'm going to bed.

- Come on, give us a signal.


- Can I come in?

- Of course.

Hey, how's the tooth?

- It hurts.

- You want some ibuprofen?

- Nah.

Look, I know you've been trying.

And I really do appreciate it.

- I love you sis, and I'm

sorry I didn't always show it,

but, I do.

- I'm sorry too.

- You have nothing

to be sorry for.

- Look at what I found.

- Oh my god, look at my hair.

- Yeah it was

definitely the 90s.

- We look like kid 'n play.

- I missed you.

- I missed you too.

- I wanna go to bed.

- Okay.

- Good night.

- Night.

- Mommy?

- My baby.

- Ah f***.

- Richard?

- Morning.

- What are you doing?

- We've got a busted pipe,

came down to make my coffee

this morning, found myself

swimming in the blue lagoon.

- This place should

be condemned.

- It's a water leak, not

the end of the world.

- Sorry.

- I gotta go out,

pick up a few things,

are you gonna be okay

on your own for a while?

- Yeah I'm not a child Richard.

- I didn't mean it like that.

- It's okay.

- I just wanna make

sure, you know.

- Yeah.

- Can I get you

anything while I'm out.

- Coffee.

- Okay, I'll make us some

breakfast when I get back.

- Okay.

- Richie?

- Excuse me.

- Richie Doyle, it's me, Jan

Thompson, you went to school

with my boys, I was a

friend of your mother's.

- Oh Mrs. Thompson, hi.

- Hi, oh it is so

good to see you.

- Yeah, same to you.

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Owen Conway

Owen Sylvester Conway (October 23, 1890 – March 12, 1942) was an American Major League Baseball infielder. He played for the Philadelphia Athletics during the 1915 season. more…

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