The Oracle 2005 Horror Movie Review
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JENNIFER CAN SEE THE FUTURE! Moving into an apartment formerly occupied by an old gypsy medium, Jennifer and her husband discover an automatic writing device used to communicate with the dead, “The Oracle.” It doesn’t take long before Jennifer is contacted by the ghost of a murdered man who wants her help in seeking revenge on his killers; his wife’s lover and a psychotic transvestite lesbian assassin. Battling possession as the tormented spirit terrorizes and manipulates her, Jenny finds herself directly in the path ofa dark and violent force. … gory, dreadful disaster…—Robert Firsching, All Movie Guide NYTIMES.com
About The Oracle (2005)
Caroline Capers Powers, Roger Neil, Pam La Testa, Victoria Dryden, Chris Maria De Koron,
Rating: 3 / 5 stars from 5 users.
94 minutesDirector: Roberta Findlay,
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