The Presence

  • 1994
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Adventure, Horror

Routinely generic, THE PRESENCE is a TV sci-fi knockoff that falls back on biotech mumbo-jumbo and military-industrial misdeeds to dress up an otherwise uneventful restaging of MYSTERIOUS ISLAND, sans Ray Harryhausen and his stop-action animation. Aired originally on NBC in 1992, it has neither the budget nor the pop imagination to deserve much further...read more

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Looking to escape the pressures of everyday life, a woman (Sorvino) travels to a secluded cabin in the woods. She's not alone, though, because an apparition (West) inhabits the cabin and begins to stalk her. But when the woman's boyfriend (Kirk) arrives, the spirit in the house grows darker and more obsessive. She soon starts to exhibit weird and irrational behavior and her boyfriend fears she's been possessed by the ghost in love with her.

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01:35 — Trailer for The Presence. Looking to escape the pressures of everyday life, a woman (Sorvino) travels to a secluded cabin in the woods. She s not al (more…)
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02:07 — The second trailer for Presence. A man races through the city at night narrating the events that led to the present apocalypse and trying to evade the (more…)
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  • Released: 1994
  • Rating: NR
  • Review: Routinely generic, THE PRESENCE is a TV sci-fi knockoff that falls back on biotech mumbo-jumbo and military-industrial misdeeds to dress up an otherwise uneventful restaging of MYSTERIOUS ISLAND, sans Ray Harryhausen and his stop-action animation. Aired or… (more)

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