Jessabelle Movie Information

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Overall Rank: 33700

Average Rating: 1.7/4

# of Ratings: 10

Theatrical Release Date: 08/29/2014

Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 01/13/2015

Language: English

Genre: Horror, Thriller

MPAA Rating: PG-13

Director: Kevin Greutert

Actors: Sarah Snook, Mark Webber, Joelle Carter, David Andrews, Amber Stevens, Larisa Oleynik

Plot: Following a car accident, a young woman finds herself recuperating at her childhood home in Louisiana. But this homecoming is not the most welcome, from her distant father to a series of increasingly disturbing home videos left behind by her late mother. Soon she begins to have visions, sees a strange woman and learns that some skeletons refuse to stay buried. -- Chris Kavan

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dukeakasmudge - wrote on 01/02/2015

This movie is most definitely forgettable.I just watched it & I already forget what I just watched.I gave up on this movie halfway through & turned it off but for some reason, I turned it back on & sat through the rest.I guess I just wanted to torture myself or something.I think the best thing about Jessabelle was Sarah Snook's & Mark Webber's characters (Maybe that's the reason I went back.To see what happened to Jessie & Preston) Other than that, The movie was terrible & NOT scary at all

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The Horror Pieces are There But Don't Quite Fit

Chris Kavan - wrote on 01/07/2015

A kind of Southern gothic tale that tries to mix in just about every horror element (voodoo, haunted house, tortured past, dreams vs reality) but because it can't settle on one thing, it never finds quite the right tone and gets bogged down because of it.

Jessabelle opens with a bang - literally - as a young woman and her boyfriend are involved in a car accident. The now wheelchair-bound Jessie (Sarah Snook) is returned to her childhood home to recuperate. Her somewhat unhinged father (David Andrews) takes care of her while she also reconnects with a childhood friend, Preston (Mark Webber). But, of course, things can't be so simple. When she discovers a box under her bed containing a videotape from her long-dead mother (Joelle Carter), it seems to contain a warning about "someone …

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