Cassadaga 2013 R CC

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(33) IMDb 5.3/10
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A young woman haunted by an evil spirit must confront the depraved world of a psychopath known as "Geppetto" who inflicts an unthinkable form of torture on his victims.

Starring:
Kelen Coleman, Kevin Alejandro
Runtime:
1 hour, 52 minutes

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Cassadaga

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Genres Thriller, Horror
Director Anthony DiBlasi
Starring Kelen Coleman, Kevin Alejandro
Supporting actors Louise Fletcher, Rus Blackwell, Lucas Beck, Lucius Baston, Amy LoCicero, Sarah Sculco, Rachel Durose, Avis-Marie Barnes, Hank Stone, Christina Bach, Carlos Navarro, Amy Dionne, Janine Klein, Garrett Boyle, Beth Marshall, Dennis Neal, Randy Molnar, Dawn Davis
Studio Starz Media
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 48 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Customer Reviews

The movie moved along very well.
Elizabeth Renee Blue
It's a story about a deaf girl who loses her younger sister, she tries to reach out to her via a seance, but something else comes through and attaches itself to her.
Micheal Hunt
P.S.S. You're still waiting for some action with about 20 minutes left in the film.
Nicole

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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Wayne Simmons on November 19, 2012
Format: DVD
And it's a wrap for 2012's CASSADAGA. Another After Dark Films release. Basic premise has Lily retreating to a new life at Cassadaga after her sister is killed in a tragic accident. Traumatised by her loss, Lily seeks the help of a medium to connect with her sister. Instead, she connects with a darker spirit which possesses her and leads her down a self-destructive and sinister path.

A bizarre hybrid of TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE, PARANORMAL ACTIVITY and RITES OF SPRING, CASSADAGA is not only an odd movie, but a slow movie too - and all the better for it. Beautifully shot with wonderful performances across the board, the characters and their interactions are the main drivers of this story. You can almost taste Lily's angst and guilt as she struggles to come to terms with her sister's tragic death, and her perceived part in such. And while some ends are left untied, the movie reaches a satisfying and heartbreaking conclusion.

One of my favourite horror films of the year and a huge step forward for After Dark.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By THE MOVIE GUY on December 1, 2013
Format: DVD
The film opens up with a young boy (Garrett Boyle) being disciplined by his mother (Janine Klein) for dressing up as a girl and playing with dolls. This leads to a self mutilation. We then move to the present, some unspecified years later. Lily (Kelen Coleman) is a deaf art teacher. Her sister (Sarah Sculco) speaks French then gets hit by a bus causing Lily to leave her job and relocate at Cassadaga, a Florida town known for its psychics.

Here she meets Mike (Kevin Alejandro) the father of a student. She teaches for Mrs. Anderson (Louise Fletcher) whose recluse grandson Thomas (Lucas Beck) likes to polish his furniture while watching Internet porn. After contacting a local psychic (Avis-Marie Barnes), a portal opens which allows an angry spirit to come through and haunt Lily.

The film was interesting as you see a plot and a slightly confusing minor subplot of the past. The film was done well, but is far from a classic. It lacked cohesion. The film takes 45-50 minutes to develop which was fine, but really needed an extra 10-15 minutes of horror factors where it was light.

Worth a rental price. 3 1/2 Amazon stars seems about right.

Parental Guide: F-bomb, sex, nudity (Brooke Lawless, first movie credit)
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Island Girl7777 on October 11, 2013
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Thanks to the first reviewer of this film, I took a chance on it and must say - he was spot on with his review. It's a killer movie. Definitely paranormal spirits being delivered and a twisted serial killer with a unique sick reality. I didn't know, could't guess how it all ends up. Didn't miss a second

This was an extremely entertaining film & low budget or not, certainly has the feel of a big money movie. Do yourself a favor & watch this movie.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By anonymous on November 19, 2013
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The filming was ok for an indie. It seemed liked parts of the story were missing or didn't make clear sense. Just another bad horror movie where they send one cop with the girl and the cop gets killed, Annoying. In real life that whole place would be swarmed with law enforcement and detectives and the girl would be taken to a hospital.
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10 of 14 people found the following review helpful By R. Childers on October 22, 2013
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I've seen a lot of movies in the supposedly spooky genre lately that seem to be a simple montage of recent horror films pieced together to make "another" horror flick. Another viewer mentioned coherence as a trait that was missing, and that really sums it up. There are no really creepy scenes . . . No gradual build up of tension . . . No feelings of despair that a viewer can relate too. I just found myself watching "at" this movie, with my attention wandering off to my iPad or to my cat or anything else to get through what turned out to be a boring experience. I rented it hoping for a good spooky movie that night but was disappointed. Horror movies must make money for producers because people like the genre. But they are making too many without putting some strict novelty and good story lines into the product.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By gbv4me on January 19, 2014
Format: DVD
Just looking at the cover of Cassadaga got me interested enough to purchase it, especially after watching the Criminal Minds TV episode with a similar creepy story line. A psycho kidnapping people to turn them into living marionette dolls?! Freaky! But in Cassadaga you only get to see less than ten minutes showcasing that juicy plot. Instead, most of the movie focuses on a young deaf woman who deals with mystery clues slowly given by a ghost she's trying to help. There's also a newly divorced father she dates for a minute who turns out to be just another unheroic dud who had no necessity in the movie whatsoever. I liked how she eventually dealed with the serial killer at the very end, but a lot of the movie crept too slowly to the action and that started to bore me. Overall, I would say this movie is worth viewing once but don't expect too much.
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By Binky Chottorrhśhia on June 10, 2014
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I was a different man when I first reviewed this, with a more naive understanding of art and the strange predilection for honesty that displays itself particularly in the serial-killer sub-sub-genre that is modern torture porn. Also my psych meds were different. Anyhow, that period's just a big haze of regret for me and this movie I scrap AT BEST!
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By Panther on April 16, 2014
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One part horror, one part mystery and one part drama. If you like slow-burn, character driven horror then this is a film for you.
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