Boo! ★★ 2005
Five college students decide to check out the abandoned Santa Mira Hospital on Halloween to see if rumors about it being haunted are true. They discover a vengeful spirit that wants to make sure no one gets out alive. Low-budget but inventive and sufficiently creepy for a dark and stormy night. 100m/C DVD . Dee Wallace Stone, Trish Coren, M. Steven Felty, Josh Holt, Jilon Ghai, Nicole Rayburn, Michael Samluk, Dig Wayne; D: Anthony C. Ferrante; W: Anthony C. Ferrante; C: Carl F. Bartels. VIDEO
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