100 Ghost Street: The Return of Richard Speck

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100 Ghost Street: The Return of Richard Speck
100 Ghost Street The Return of Richard Speck Poster.jpg
100 Ghost Street: The Return of Richard Speck Poster
Directed by Martin Andersen[1]
Produced by Nancy Leopardi[1]
Written by Nancy Leopardi
Starring
  • Jennifer Robyn Jacobs
  • Jim Shipley
  • Tony Besson
  • Jackie Moore
  • Hayley Derryberry
  • Adam LaFramboise
  • Mike Holley
  • Chance Harlem, Jr.
  • Nancy Leopardi
  • Steve Bencich
Cinematography Luca Del Puppo
Edited by Anders Hoffmann
Production
company
Release dates
  • July 24, 2012 (2012-07-24)[2]
Running time
84 minutes
Country USA
Language English
Budget $150,000[citation needed]

100 Ghost Street: The Return of Richard Speck or Paranormal Entity 4: The Awakening is a 2012 supernatural horror film and fourth installment in the Paranormal Activity copycat series, Paranormal Entity and a mockbuster of Paranormal Activity 4.

Plot[edit]

In 2010, paranormal investigators tried to film Richard Speck's ghost at the site of his heinous killing spree. The victims' families have finally released the footage that documents their last days.

The footage starts by showing the investigators (Jen, Jim, Dave, Jackie, Sarah, Adam, Mike and Earl) entering the house and setting up. All of the investigators have encounters with ghosts, with Jackie narrowly being saved from death by Adam. Jen and Earl venture into the basement, and end up getting locked in. They call for help, but despite the fact that Dave and Sarah are standing right outside the door, they cannot hear them. Eventually, a ghost kills Earl by throwing a barrel at his head. Jen desperately tries to bang down the door, but the ghost kills her by slamming her into the door repeatedly. The others find the bodies missing, but they do find the footage. Jim wants to leave, but the others write it off as a prank.

Jim panics after several more encounters with the ghosts, and stabs Dave with a piece of plaster to leave. However, Dave survives being stabbed, and he and Sarah beat Jim to death. Dave leaves the house to get medical help. Meanwhile, the others, disappointed over their lack of footage, conduct a séance to summon spirits. During the séance, Mike is pulled into the wall. The group abruptly halt the ceremony, and Mike's severed head is dropped on the table. Jackie, Sarah and Adam try to escape, but find that the doors are locked.

Sarah runs into a room and finds the remains of Dave splattered all over the walls, floor and ceiling. The ghost of Richard Speck then finally appears and rapes Sarah to death. Adam and Jackie reunite and face the ghosts. They conduct a ceremony that Jackie's grandmother taught her to get rid of the ghost, but before they can complete it a ghost pulls Adam's head clean off. It then rips off Jackie's clothes and wraps her in bull thistle. She begs for mercy, and the ghost frees her. However, when she tries to run, it kills her by lifting her into the ceiling fan.

In the final scene, Karen and Megan, the only remaining relatives of the victims, are shown uploading the footage of the investigators' deaths to the Internet. It is then revealed that they have been possessed by ghosts. When Karen is released, she tries to stop the upload, but the still-possessed Megan stabs her in the head, killing her. Megan then smiles evilly as the film ends.

Cast[edit]

  • Jackie Moore as Jackie
  • Adam LaFramboise as Adam
  • Hayley Derryberry as Sarah
  • Mike Holley as Mike
  • Tony Besson as Dave
  • Jim Shipley as Jim
  • Jennifer Robyn Jacobs as Jen
  • Chance Harlem, Jr. as Earl
  • Melisa Rodney as Megan
  • Caroline Michigan as Karen
  • Nancy Leopardi as Ghost (Voice)
  • Steve Bencich as Ghost (Voice)

Reception[edit]

Scott Foy of Dread Central rated it 3/5 stars and called it the best found footage film made by The Asylum.[3]

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