The Haunting of Amelia
The death of a loved one is rarely easy to get over, but for Josh (Brendan Fehr), whose high school girlfriend died a decade earlier in a train crash, it's beginning to seem like something he'll never get past -- until he meets his dearly departed's double. But is it forward or back that the beautiful doppelgänger is leading him, and should he listen to her words or those of his best friend in this haunting chiller from helmer A.D. Calvo?

Scott Hardie: “It sucked.”

It's like a middle-school writing class had a screenplay contest and the "winner" got filmed. This movie is so amateurish and dreadfully boring, it makes you forget the cast has done good work before. It practically screams out for MST3K treatment.

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