Richard Scarry is a real estate agent who is too honest for his own good. He invests in a house to raise money for his mother's hospital bills, but when he discovers that the house is haunted, he learns how scary the housing market really is. With the aid of his best friend who refuses to go inside, an exorcist who loves craftsman-style architecture, and an eccentric ghost rights activist/blogger/waitress, Richard gamely tries to get rid of the house and/or its ghostly inhabitants before it's too late. But when an evil spirit decides to move out of the house and into his body, Richard has a whole new set of possession problems.
- Emily Lou
- Gabriel Diani, Janet Varney, Barry Bostwick
This sobering documentary proposes that the real reason for the war with Iraq is a two-decade, three-administration, neo-conservative master plan to take over the world.Anita Gates, New York Times, 07.15.2008
Goes beyond simple Bush-bashing to paint a horrifying portrait of organized U.S. imperialist expansion and public deception stretching back to the early Reagan era.Dennis Harvey, Variety, 07.07.2010
Although the positions are by now familiar, especially for those who have seen the previously released films on the subject, there's enough solid and persuasive analysis here to give this effort a fresh urgency.Frank Scheck, Hollywood Reporter, 06.24.2010
Less a movie than a litany of arguments intended as, or at least only useful as, a brickbat in the discourse, aimed at your neighbor's Republican noggin.Michael Atkinson, Village Voice, 09.08.2004