El ser (1982)

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A woman recovering from the death of her husband suspects that her house has been invaded by demonic spirits. She summons a paranormal expert to help her get rid of them.


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18 February 2019 | azathothpwiggins
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| "This House Is Cursed! This House Is Bewitched! Bewitched! Bewitched!"...
After having a prophetic nightmare, Mary Sercovitz (Mary Saint Peter) loses her husband in an accident. When her husband's company is unwilling to pay for his tragic demise, Mary fears that she and her children may lose their home. Unfortunately, this isn't the only fear in store for Mary. She soon begins hearing strange noises, and the kids have apparently been talking to a mysterious man. Horror and death commence. Is the house haunted? Possessed? Mary is aided by parapsychologist, Professor D'Arbo (Sebastian D'Arbo) and his team, in her attempt to solve her supernatural problem. PSYCHOPHOBIA (aka: EL SER) is a rather tedious affair, relying more on D'Arbo's mumbo jumbo and Mary's annoying children going bananas, than on anything truly frightening taking place. Even the killings are lackluster! It all drags on until the "big finale", which amounts to a long-distance call from the great beyond, accentuated by an exploding head and a brief spiritual battle in the living room. Basically, the ending is okay, but hardly worth the slog to get there...

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