You will consider paying someone a million dollars just to take it off the Internet permanently.
Originally titled A Killer in The Dark, the soon-to-be cult classic Seance has finally been uploaded in its entirety to YouTube.
The movie was filmed in Lancaster, California in 2001, and, according to the filmmaker's son on Reddit, cost one million dollars. Previously, the above trailer had been uploaded, but not until this week was the entire film made available (for free) for us to all bask in its glory.
At the time, it seemed brilliant, especially the acting. Producer Rick Vasquez offered this about Feldman: “It is the best film Corey Feldman has ever done."
Vasquez also may have been too starstruck to give an honest opinion of Adam West's work: “We called Adam [West] 'one-shot Adam' because he could do every take perfectly in one shot. Everyone's childhood hero became our hero on set." (I don't want to ruin anything about the movie, but Adam West is in exactly one shot, and I'd be surprised if they even thought about shooting it more than once. It's in Part 10 of the YouTube playlist below.)
Sure, there are lines like: “Video games are cool but not as cool as the sexy little honeys!" and "Grandma went into one of her trances." Yes, the gory scenes look completely fake. But how many movies have you made lately? This is probably better than what we all could have put together even with a million dollar budget.
Here's the scene that I think will give you an idea of the high-quality film work. Note the exciting voice effects on the grandma:
Here is the entire film (in the official YouTube playlist) for you to enjoy. When I first tried watching it, I only made it to minute 7. But after my fourth or fifth viewing, I decided this is one of the greatest worst movies ever made: