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7.2 MB
7 min 54 sec
4.16 / 5.00

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Voice Acting - Drama

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It's about a man who is doing research for a novel he is writing on paranormal activity. He gets access for a week to a haunted house and finds that its more than he can handle. Based on the tapes from "The Evil Dead."

Produced and edited by: Eisaysek

Written by: strength-in-virtue


Detective Crowley - Dan "ConVito" Conlin

Deputy Smith - BrokenDeck

Keith Anderson - Xerrat

Recorder - Melissa D. Johnson

Male Ghost - Druoxtheshredder

Female Ghost 1 - Katie "voicegirl" Dehnart

Female Ghost 2 - Eisaysek


P.S. sounds better with headphones!

P.S.S. I uploaded it to youtube. It has better audio quality. tch?v=0v3c6tUNEF4



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Jumpy I want more

Amazing Script and Amazing Acting.

Eisaysek responds:

I'm working on another great horror. Look out for it in Feb-March this year.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Good acting good story, also very scary. Good job.

Eisaysek responds:



Rated 5 / 5 stars

I loved this.

I felt absorbed by it. Like I was really there!

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Eisaysek responds:

Wow, Thanks for the 10

Really Glad you liked it.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


This could make for a great movie/novel.

Eisaysek responds:

I hope strength-in-virtue read that 'cause I totally agree.


Rated 4 / 5 stars


This is really a great script and the execution of it was quite good. Mixing sounded excellent, particularly the ghosts at the end and other subtle nuances added. My only comments for improvement would be first to say that I think Xerrat could have been a little more dynamic or extreme in his emotions, in the sense that a lot of his delivery had a similar voice quality to it and he sounded very calm during some intense lines. To his credit, he really picked up on the emotion a lot more in the end, but I would have liked to see more from the beginning. Also, a few of the lines were difficult to make out at the beginning when the Detective first began speaking, but it cleared up fairly quickly - I'm not sure if this was mixing or simply the actor's delivery.
That aside, this is a great project and showed some awesome talent all around. Great job!

Eisaysek responds:

Glad you liked it. Check back in a while. We (me and strength-in-virtue) are going to make a half-hour epic spin-off of this.