Rodar y Rodar, the company behind The Orphanage and Julia’s Eyes, has released the final international trailer for Paranormal Xperience 3D (XP3D, Scars), Sergi Vizcaino’s psychological thriller “about a group of children, each with their own interesting circumstances, who are preyed upon by a mad doctor in an abandoned town.”
The trailer opens with an introduction by the stars, and while I can’t understand it I’m pretty sure they’re saying stupid shit like “have you ever seen a ghost?” “What would you do if a ghost wanted to hurt you?” LAME.
Get the trailer inside along with the previously released posters. The film follows “Angela, a medical student who thinks she is capable of everything. Diana is extremely sensitive and responsive. They are sisters and have something in common, they hate each other. Angela, pressed by the eccentric Dr. Fuentes, will investigate a series of paranormal activities happening in a town called Whisper which has its own legend, a dead murderer, Dr. Amado. Carlos, her boyfriend, Bethlehem, and Jose will accompany Toni. But she left without means of transport, and his sister has a van.
Diana has an odd assortment of epilepsy that she can not control and that makes her suffer constant attacks. His therapist believes that these attacks may be related to his sister. So Diana decides to accompany the group and face their fears as well.
When they reach the village, they discover things that could be interpreted as normal or supernatural. Diana sees the ghost of Dr. Amado after a hypnosis session, Carlos disappears, and the group is consistent with discussions between supposedly supernatural phenomena while the link Diana has with the murderer grows to the point of becoming a murderer. Angela has no choice and must face his sister and her own doubts.Is Diana owned or is it just part of her illness?”
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