The Valdemar Legacy II: The Forbidden Shadow

Synopsis: Second part of the Valdemar saga. Ana and Eduardo are sent to assist in the investigation of the disappearance of Luisa. In the middle of the road they find Luisa escaping. At the end the three are kidnapped. A gruesome fate awaits.
Genre: Horror, Mystery
Director(s): José Luis Alemán
Production: Universal Pictures
  1 win & 1 nomination.
92 min

According to legend,

in the late 19th century

something terrible happened

to the Valdemars.

They were initiated

into the dangerous art of the occult

and during a session

awakened a being

far beyond their control.

The result of their boldness:

The beautiful Leonor was sacrificed.

Her bloodline would be forever joined

to the curse known as

"The Valdemar Legacy. "

The Valdemar house

remained sealed for years.

No one dared go inside.

Until two weeks ago,

when an expert historian

fascinated by its secrets

ventured into the mansion.

He was never heard from again.

The legend was brought back to life

and new faces appeared in the story.

Luisa Llorente,

an estate valuer sent to finish

the work of her predecessor,

found out what happened to him

and met the mansion's caretaker.

She would later escape,

but her whereabouts remain unknown.

Four days after she went missing,

her boss, Maximilian Colvin,

hired detective Nicolas Tramel

to find her and put an end

to these strange disappearances.

Tramel set off

on a bizarre journey to the house

with Doctor Nora Cervia,

Maximilian's assistant,

who told him about the Valdemar legend

although she withheld

certain secrets from him.

A similar fate awaits Eduardo and Ana,

Luisa's co-workers,

who don't understand

why the police haven't been involved

or why Maximilian has ordered them

to join the search immediately,

leaving that very night

forthe Valdemar house.

A mystery hidden in the shadows,

and the most horrible of all...

grows near.


Are we almost there, honey?

Civilization is nowhere in sight.

They probably speak

a different language out here.

Ana, what's wrong?

Did I say something?

No, honey, really.

We haven't done anything together

in three months.

I was hoping this weekend...

I know. This is just

something that happened.

- After we find Luisa...

- That's another thing.

I don't mean her, it's just...

I don't like how quiet

they're keeping this.

Inmoberance has always kept

a low profile.

We did sign a confidentiality clause.

The pay is great, the pension

couldn't be better...

But no questions asked.

What if we do ask?

What would be the answer?

Two cover-ups, no statements,

two people missing...

We're probably exaggerating.

Luisa isn't a child.

Watch out!

Are you okay?


- Where are you going?

- Stay here.

- Don't leave me.

- Hold on.


Use your cell, call for help!

Ana, what is it?

You were telling me

about last year.

And after the divorce?

I was in Naples working on

the "Monster of Florence" case,

and then I came here.

I opened my own detective agency and...

I think you know more about me now,

than my own therapist.

It's your turn.

You want to hear about me?

I'm warning you, my life

isn't nearly as exciting as yours.

I was just hoping that...

...we could set aside the formalities

and be a little more cordial.

We're having dinner.


Tell me about the etchings

at the end

of the book.

I thought your job was clear.

Find a missing woman.

The other distractions are irrelevant.

And I thought you were obliged

to help me

- in any way you could.

- All right.

Anything to not have to listen

to you groan the whole way.

Let's make a new deal.

I'll tell you more about the past

if we focus on the present.

I want to hear how you plan

to continue investigating.


It's a deal.

Where am I?

My head...

It's okay. You're safe.

My name is Selene.

You had quite a fall.

This area is full of ditches and caves,

but you were lucky.

It's just a scratch.

But you're still weak.

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