21 DAYS

By Kathleen BEHUN

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Horror - Completed 2014

Three filmmakers embark on a paranormal challenge by barricading themselves in a house so haunted, no one has been able to live there more than 21 days, but nothing can prepare them for the evil that lies in wait…

Festivals
& Awards

Freak Show Horror Film Festival 2014
Won, Freaky Award Best Actor
Los Angeles Film and Script Festival, US 2014
Won, Best Narrative Feature
RIP Horror Film Festival 2014
Won, RIP Horror Film Festival Award Best Picture;
Freak Show Horror Film Festival 2014
Won, Freaky Award Best Feature
RIP Horror Film Festival 2014
Won, RIP Horror Film Festival Award Best Director
Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival 2015
Won, Best Supernatural Feature Film
    • Year of production
    • 2014
    • Genres
    • Horror
    • Countries
    • USA
    • Languages
    • ENGLISH
    • Duration
    • 89 mn
    • Director(s)
    • Kathleen BEHUN
    • Writer(s)
    • Kathleen BEHUN
    • Producer(s)
    • Kathleen BEHUN, Fernando BARREDA LUNA, Jessica VILLEGAS-LATTUADA
    • Synopsis
    • In the small town of Fillmore, tucked away on a dirt road, is an old deserted farmhouse. Built in 1890, the house was the subject of a major land dispute between Native Americans, who claimed it was rightfully their land and the site of an ancient burial ground, and the Samuels. Legend has it, on what would have been their 21st day of living in the house, a preacher had gone to check in on the Samuels only to discover all their belongings left behind, as if the family had stepped out for just a moment, ready to return at any time - but they never did. Over the next 124 years, only two other families attempted to live in the house. Both left less than 21 days after moving in, leaving behind everything, never to speak of it again. Ever since, the house has lay vacant, until three filmmakers attempt to film the supernatural phenomena, but nothing prepared them for what they would find. There are some places so dark, so evil, where no human- no living thing- should dwell.
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