Voodoo Possession

Synopsis: Imagine an insatiable demon that feeds on blood, thrives on pain, and reaches from beyond the grave to torment the living...and the dead. For believers and skeptics alike, there is nothing in this world or the next to rival the relentless evil of a Voodoo Possession. Burdened since childhood with a gnawing sense of guilt, cynical Aiden Chase journeys to a Haitian insane asylum in search of his missing brother. Upon arriving, he discovers all the inmates and the hospital administrator (Danny Trejo, Machete) are seemingly possessed by a bloodthirsty voodoo spirit. Now, Aiden must abandon reality and descend into a terrifying spirit world to try to rescue his brother - or they will both be damned for eternity.
94 min

My boys.

Oh, shoot.


You're not real.


You're not real.





Go away!

Go away, leave!

No, go away.


I can't.

No baby, no, stay up there, Aiden!

Stay up there.

Don't you come down here,

you stay with your brother.

No, no, no, no, you stay right there.

Don't you go, you leave them alone.

Take me!

I'll go.

I'll go if you leave them alone.

I swear.

I deserve it.

I deserve it.

An American doctor, living

in Haiti, has vanished,

and with him, thousands of dollars

of earthquake relief money

that he was in charge of.

Dr. Cody Chase, who ran

a mental health hospital

outside of

Port-au-Prince, Haiti,

has been missing for three weeks.

Local authorities have

suspended their investigation.

After the earthquake that

rocked Haiti, in 2010,

Dr. Cody Chase was put in charge

of hundreds of thousands of dollars

of earthquake relief money,

and became a bit of a local hero.

But "Hardline Investigates"

discovered a checkered past,

involving drug dealing, assault,

and accusations of embezzlement.

This raises even more questions

about what really happened.

Did Cody Chase revert

back to his old ways

and abscond with the money?

Or did the darker forces of Haiti,

filled with corruption,

violence and gangs,

get the best of a man just trying to

turn his life around?

Only Haiti knows.

I'm looking at your records, Mr. Chase,

and you did previously

request an extension.

Unfortunately, we can't

do that, since we have

some past due payments.

I- I understand,

I- I just,

you would really be doing me a favor

if you could just help me out

and extend my prescription.

I haven't been late on my payments

until recently.

But why do you need an extension?

Because my prescription is

only good for three months,

and, please, you would

really be helping me out.

I'm sorry, sir, that's

the best I can do.

Okay, look.

I am trying to make ends meet, okay?

I lost my job, I lost my benefits,

I am moving out of

my condo, as we speak.

I don't have time to

keep going back and forth

to the doctor's office.

I'm sorry, sir, that's

the best I can do.

Oh, my God.


Dammit, you suck.

No need to be rude, sir.

Thank you for calling.


No, no, no, no!

No, hello, hello, hello?

Oh, what next?



So much for sentimentality.

I gave at the office.

Nice to see you, too.

Pack your bags.

HI wants us to go to

Haiti for a longer segment

about Cody's disappearance.


You're the tabloid TV reporter.

Dirty laundry is your gig, not mine.

Oh, come on, Aiden.

You know what I do,

so I had to twist things around a bit,

that's part of the job, and it worked.

And I got you a spot on the crew,

which wasn't easy.

I was expecting a "thank you".

Got it all figured out, as usual, huh?

Everything except why

you're so goddamn stubborn.

Cody and I lost each

other a long time ago.

You should know that.

You were there.

And I put that behind me.

You should, too.

Behind me?


My entire life has

fallen apart since then

and I don't know why.

I was on track to be Vice President,

now I can barely hold a job.

I have been popping Benizone

for the last five years

just to keep myself

from jumping off a bridge

in my sleep!

That's how much that f***ed me up

five years ago.

And you want me just

to put that behind me?

And on top of that my

benefits just ran out.

We're dead to each other.

Why should I help him now?

Because he's your brother.

Despite all your rivalry bullshit

he wouldn't give up on you.

So don't you dare give up on him.



He gave up on me first.

I don't know why, and it doesn't matter.

But we're in different worlds now.

And wherever we end up...

...that's where we should stay.

You know the past can only haunt you

if you let it.

Take care of your brother.

I abandoned him.


Aiden, wake up.



They're getting worse.

More real each time.

I came by to give you these.

Guess I was a little late.

Where did you get this?

Being a B-list celebrity has its perks.

I need something stronger than this.

Let's go find my brother.

Haiti is a nation in recovery.

Since the 2010 earthquake,

Haiti has struggled

to get back on its feet.

But if anyone has the spirit in them,

to fight back from tough times,

it's the Haitians.

This is where Cody Chase decided to try

and make a difference.

Perhaps in a land full of people

trying to start their lives over,

he could as well.

He found this vacant

building in a remote village

thirty minutes outside

of the Haitian capitol



Here he took his patients

in an effort to build again.

This is the last place Dr.

Cody Chase was seen alive.

This is where Hardline Investigates

begins our search for a man in turmoil,

a man shrouded in mystery,

a man gone missing.

That's a bit overly dramatic, isn't it?

Do you mind?

We're still filming.

That's good, thanks.

Don't you think we should

at least meet our host

before you try to win your Emmy?

We might as well get some work done

while we're waiting

for the welcome wagon.


Dr. Yveline Montase, hospital director.

I apologize for my tardiness,

but we had a patient emergency.

Nice to finally meet

all of you in person.

This is Duane, my cameraman.

- Hi.

- Bonjour.

And Peanut, my associate producer.



Welcome to Haiti.

And you are?

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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