Witchboard 2: The Devil's Doorway

Synopsis:
Year:
1993
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"Apartment For Rent

Furnished Spacious Loft $ 700"

MANAGER:

Here you go.

Well, the furniture's not new

but it's in pretty good shape.

And it's just been steamed today.

- It's beautiful!

- Yes it is.

The morning sun can be pretty intense,

especially if you're a night owl like me.

No, no, I'm a morning person.

Best light for painting.

You an artist?

Well that's what I'm here to find out.

Well, then this place

is perfect for you.

Quiet building...

Nice neighborhood...

A fairly nice neighborhood...

considering the area.

Besides,

you got me.

Right next door.

Yeah...

So...

The bathroom is over

here behind the stairs.

And the bedroom is

right upstairs in the loft.

Is this the only closet?

Yeah, I'm afraid it is.

This... used to be a real wood

burning fire place here...

but now it just operates on gas.

You know...

no fuss no muss, huh?

I'll take it!

Great!

When would you like to move in?

Next week?

That soon?

Okay well, you can sign the lease

now and Elaine can sign it tonight.

- Elaine?

- My wife.

She's the one that

actually owns the building.

And I guess should warn you...

She's a bit... eccentric.

- What do you mean?

- Oh! She's harmless...

It's just that she still

thinks that it's 1969.

You still want to move in?

I... yeah!

Well then. Welcome, neighbor.

What's your name?

Paige Benedict.

Paige... well, I'm

Jonas Lowrey.

If you need anything, you

call me... day or night.

I think I'll be fine.

Thanks.

Oolaa...

You're the new girl in unit "C" right?

Yeah, and you must be Jonah's wife.

How did you know that?

Lucky guess.

Elaine Lowrey.

Paige Benedict.

And this is Doo.

Far out!

He likes you.

Oh boy!

I named him after the song...

The song?

You know? Me and you

and a dog named "Doo".

Well, I think the song is

"Me, you and a dog named Boo".

What...?

No...

Who name their dog "Boo".

That's a a stupid name.

Isn't it, baby?

Yes it is.

Wow, that looks like it weighs a ton.

Yeah. Feels like it too.

What are you standing here

rapping with me for?

Get it inside before

it breaks your back.

Good idea!

Thanks.

Get a grip, Paige.

It's only a Ouija board.

Okay!

The phones all hooked up.

You got any cold beers in there?

No.

All I got is a coke.

Oh! That's all you got.

Hello!

Anybody home?

YES:

Hello?

Is there anybody there?

Hello?

Is there somebody here?

Oh my God!

These things really work?

YES:

Who are you?

S... U...

S...

A...

N...

Susan!

YES:

Hi Susan,

I'm... I'm Paige.

Hello

What are you doing here?

P... R...

O...

M...

O...

A promo ...?

A promotion!

You know about the promotion?

Am I going to get it?

Susan?

GOODBYE:

Sorry.

I didn't mean to startle you.

Mitch, what are you doing here?

You forgot this.

I thought you might

need it for your CPA exam.

And really, Paige...

the question is...

What are you doing here?

I mean... look at this place,

it's a dump.

It's an artist loft...

And living here is going

to make you an artist...

I am an artist!

Why?

Because you did a couple of

drawings when you were a kid?

You know, if you really

wanted to paint, Paige,

you could have just set

your stuff up in the garage.

You didn't have to move out.

You don't understand...

Yeah, you're right, I don't understand.

Why don't you explain it to me?

I tried to...

You wouldn't listen.

Well, I'm all ears now.

Mitch... I...

I can't do this anymore.

I'm sorry.

Can't do what?

Mitch, please!

Talk to me, Paige!

- I can't!

- Just talk to me, God dammit!

Excuse me.

Is everything alright in here?

Yes, everything's fine.

You know, man...

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