R | | Horror, Mystery, Thriller
After being hypnotized by his sister-in-law, a man begins seeing haunting visions of a girl's ghost and a mystery begins to unfold around him.
The Writers Guild of America denied Andrew Kevin Walker a screenplay credit for his script-doctoring work on this film, so he receives "special thanks" in the end credits.
Okay. Guess who came over to play...
Jake Witzky: Superheros. I was Black Power Ranger. He was Batman.
Tom Witzky: Jake, you okay in there buddy?
Jake Witzky: I'm okay.
Jake Witzky: Can I ask you a question?
Tom Witzky: Okay, time to hit the sack.
Jake Witzky: An important question.
Tom Witzky: Here we go big guy, C'mon.
Jake Witzky: Can I wear ...
Tom Witzky: ...
In the beginning of the movie, Tom is getting his little boy out of the bathtub. He sticks the towel down into the water to grab the boy, but when he brings the boy out and is drying him off, the towel is mysteriously dry.
On the DVD director's commentary, David Koepp states that for the home video release, the two scenes where words appear blurred on a theatre screen were blurred even more with digital effects. He states that this is because on video, what the text said was obvious well before it should be known to the audience.
$5,811,664 (USA) (12 September 1999)
$21,133,087 (USA) (2 January 2000)
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