Dreams of the DeadDirector: John Orrichio
Cast: John Orrichio
In this sexy horror film, a musician and her all-girl band discover the haunting secret waiting in her family's abandoned mansion. The quiet estate had been uninhabited for more than a decade, but Aubrey thinks that it's the perfect spot for her band to practice and bond. Clothes may be optional at the Danbury House, but terror is a requirement when the women encounter an evil that won't let them leave in peace. ~ Kimber Myers
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Too often, horror films use sex to fill the time between kills. Now don't get me wrong, I like a little sex in my horror movies, but I hate it when it's not really part of the story. Dreams of the Dead totally gets it right, mixing the scares and the sex in just the right amounts.
A group of young ladies move into an old house that is haunted by the ghosts of three young women who were killed there many years ago. These ghosts seem to really hate their clothes as they take them off with a lot of regularity! Anyway, the ghosts seem to want something from these new lodgers and so they go about scaring the hell out of them...there are a lot of very creepy moments (the doll is particularly scary) and it's a fun movie for a Friday night!
Against her father's wishes, Aubrey, a recording star, moves into her family's empty mansion with her all girl band to write and record a new music album. Soon she and her band members experience the presence of ghosts and other frightening and unexplained weird happenings. When Aubrey seeks the help of a psychic she learns of a terrible family secret involving 2 local girls who went missing over a century ago. This is a real intelligent, spine chilling movie that kept me in suspense and on an emotional roller coaster. The acting is very good as is the cinematography. If you love ghost stories, you will love Dreams Of The Dead