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Precociously talented poet and scholar Edward Derby (Erick Robertson) begins exhibiting violent mood swings and changes in behaviour and personality not long after his marriage. When he confides in his friend and graduate advisor Professor Dan Upton (J.D. Lloyd) that his wife Asenath Waite (Angela Gillo)is using him for her own purposes and that her late father Ephraim Waite may not be dead Upton is unsure of what his friend means. However, when Derby is found wandering in a deranged state in rural Maine he tells Upton an incredible story of his wife's powers, her intentions and who 'she' really is and begs him for his help.

  1. Eric Morgret

    Director

  2. K.L. Young

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Grayson F. Kellmer

    Richard Upton

  2. Angela M. Grillo

    Asenath Waite

  3. Erick Robertson

    Edward Derby

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  • October 8, 2005
    Theatrical (limited)

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 18m

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