Five years after the brutal events that befell Skye and Beth inside Old Saint Leopold’s Hospital, the two survivors continue to pick up the shattered pieces of their lives. With news of the past violent events resurfacing in the press and media, the two ladies face dealing with those ugly memories all over again. Soon, though, the events become more than just memories as Skye and Beth are hurled into another fight for survival against some very real demons from their past that are hell-bent on destroying them and everything that they hold dear.
Starring: Betsy Rue (True Blood, My Bloody Valentine 3D, Halloween 2, Sons Of Anarchy) Jim O’Rear (The Dead Matter, Don’t Look In The Basement 2, Star Trek 4) Debbie Rochon (American Nightmare, Wrath Of Crows, Return To Nuke ’em High 2) Daniel Emery Taylor (Return Of The Swamp Thing, Road Trip) Scott Tepperman (Ghost Hunters International, Camp Massacre, Truth Or Dare 5) Eric Branden (The Hospital, Camp Massacre)

Jim O’Rear has been involved in the entertainment industry for over thirty years, beginning his career on tour as The Youngest Professional Magician and quickly transitioning into the world of film and television.
Trained in New York at The American Academy Of Dramatic Arts, Jim has worked steadily as an actor, stuntman, and special make-up effects artist on such projects as Star Trek 4, Stephen King’s The Boogeyman, ABC’s Nashville, Lethal Weapon 3, NBC’s Fatal Encounters, The Dead Matter, Fall Of The House Of Usher, A Christmas Carol, Mortal Kombat: Conquest, and many more.
Wanting to get some of his own ideas onto the screen, Jim successfully moved into the area of screenwriting, selling a number of horror-related screenplays, including The House Of Pain, Hayride Slaughter, Vampyre Tales, Wolfsbayne, The Deepening, and Scream Farm. Jim’s writing also includes several novels and paranormal books including “Tennessee Ghosts,” “Mortuary Of Madness,” “Hollywood Paranormal Films,” “Traveling In Tennessee,” and the how-to autobiography “Magic, Monsters, And Me.”
As an independent filmmaker, Jim’s work as a director/producer has been seen all over the world in the international award-winning hits The Hospital, Camp Massacre, and Ghosts Of Tennessee, just to name a few.
Jim continues to work on several films per year, recently completing work on Don’t Look In The Basement 2 (the sequel to the 1973 horror classic) and Race With The Devil. As if that isn’t enough, Jim continues to write for horror publications all over the world, consult for film projects internationally, and is the founder of Celebrity Ghost Hunters.
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