To all my readers, please note: If there is ever a movie that you want to see and can’t get a hold of, I will always be more than happy to write out a full synopsis for you. I know it’s not as good as getting to watch the movie itself, but at least, by reading the details, you won’t miss out on too much.
2002 horror/thriller: Directed by William Malone; starring: Stephen Dorff, Natascha McElhone, and Stephen Rea. [rated R] Stars given: 4/5.
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The Possession: A Film Synopsis
[NOTE: Warning! The following contains the synopsis of the film “The Possession”. That means that it will tell every single detail of the film, including all the twists and spoilers. If you have not seen the film and don’t want anything spoiled, please avoid the following post. If you have not seen the film and don’t want anything spoiled, but still read this anyways, please avoid complaining to me in the comments. You were warned. Thank you and enjoy]
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