Her life was happy and happening, she seemed to have everything and was leading the most enviable life until a horrifying and tragic accident left Jessabelle broken inside and out.
Desperately needing some quiet time introspect, rest and recuperate she makes the bold decision to return to her childhood home in Louisiana. It is old, big and bound to be a cathartic experience she deems, going back to familiar places and faces.
However, she has no idea that she will be welcomed into her old home by a long-tormented spirit that has been seeking her return -- and has no intention of letting her escape. Weak and vulnerable, will she find the courage she needs to face up to the spirit that seethes with hatred and vengeance? With her holiday turning into a nightmare, the question remains, will she ever wake up and escape with her life intact?
Did you know? Greutert was impressed with Sarah Snook's audition for Lisbeth's Salander's role for the movie adaption of The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo and met her the same night to finalise her for the lead role in Jessabelle. Read More
Greutert was impressed with Sarah Snook's audition for Lisbeth's Salander's role for the movie adaption of The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo and met her the same night to finalise her for the lead role in Jessabelle.
The film's director Greutert has edited the video footage himself.
The film's setting had to be changed from Louisiana to Wilmington, California as no appropriate filming locations were available in place where the film was set.
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