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Actors: James Avery, Yvonne Brisendine, Deacon Dawson, J. Michael Hunter, Juanita Jennings
Director: Neema Barnette
Genres: Drama, Horror, Mystery & Suspense
John Chapman (Leon) and his beautiful wife Willie (Regina Taylor) have just moved into a seaside village on the North Carolina coast. But they quickly discover that their quaint new house already has a long-standing tenan... more »
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Tall Paul | San Diego, CA United States | 10/21/2001
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I have to admit, the reason I bought this movie is to see the stunning beauty Cynda Williams play the role as a sex crazed ghost. She has an unbelievably gorgeous body and I'm a fan for life. I guess the role didn't require her to have any lines. The movie was real slow and non-emotional. Leon is a good actor but its not much he can do with this script."
LEON carries the sexual energy of this film.
Tall Paul | 09/11/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)
"The script could be better. Some of the dialogue is lacking but this also makes the movie a bit camp and appealing. Leon deserves something worthy of his talent but kudos for him for being a working actor. I agree that he carries this movie in that his sex appeal is so strong the storyline is almost believable."
An okay movie. Was saved by Leon's acting.
Tall Paul | 06/14/1999
(2 out of 5 stars)
"This movie was about a married couple who move into a 200 year old house on the North Carolina coast. They quickly discover that their new house already has a long-standing tenant (Arabella, who is a ghost) with a varocious sexual appetite and who has a vicious jealous nature. Arabella and John share a weird affair in the upstairs art studio while his pregnant wife is on bed rest. A so-so movie with strange things going on. Leon is a strong enough actor to pull off such a so-so movie."
GREAT CONCEPT--A BLACK THRILLER/LOVE STORY
Tall Paul | 09/15/2002
(2 out of 5 stars)
"I LIKED THE CONCEPT OF THIS FILM. IT DEALS WITH THE PAST AND THE PRESENT. AFRICAN RELIGION AND AFRICAN AMERICAN SYMBOLISM, A LOVE TRIANGLE (A HUSBAND AND WIFE AND A GHOST. AND THE PAINTER/"VAN GOGH" MENTAL ILLNESS CONCEPT. LEON AND REGINA TAYLOR ARE GOOD IN THIS. ITS GOOD TO SEE REGINA TAYLOR PLAY A DIMENSIONAL CHARACTER. SHE'S ALWAYS PLAYING A STOIC ASEXUAL CHARCTER IN MOVIES. TOO BAD THE MOVIE DOESN'T GET INTO THE SUBPLOT OF THE SLAVE GIRL (CYNDA WILLIAMS)MARRYING HER SLAVEMASTER AND HER TRAGIC DEMISE AND TEH HOUSE THAT SHE HAUNTS THAT LEON AND REGINA BUYS.. EXCELLENT AND INTELLIGENT FILM. GREAT SCENERY. THE END OF FILM IS CHEAPENED WITH NO EXPLANATION OF LEON'S CONDITION AFTER HIS SPIRIT CAME BACK FROM HBEING POSESSED BY THE SLAVE GIRLS' (CYNDA)SEXUAL POSESSION OF HIM. THE SEX SCENE WITH LEON (WHO HAS A GREAT BODY!) AND TEH GHOST AND REGINA TAYLOR CATCHING HIM WAS HILARIOUS!"