Maria Olsen

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Marrtown

Long ago, in the wake of a deadly duel, a family was cursed through the generations. Though innocent of any wrongdoing, it was daughter Theodosia (Kristin Mitchem) who faced the worst of the curse, struggling to protect her young son. She finally consults a mysterious seer (Emily Lapisardi) who says that the curse cannot be broken, but perhaps it can also become a blessing. Casting a spell upon Theodora's locket, she says that it is now an object of great power and returns it to Theodora, also advising her to change her son's name and hide him away.

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Theo wakes screaming. Those nightmares about having missed class are the worst.

Consumption

One crisp winter's day, four friends decide to head up to the mountains of Utah for a vacation. The family of one friend, Seth (David Lautman) has a condo there, and it's a great place to get away from it all and relax. And they all seem like they really need to relax. Sounds like a good plan, right? Don't let it fool you.

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This is Mallory. She's not having the best of days.

Mark of the Witch

Everyone has wished for a different family at least once. How can you not, when every Thanksgiving Uncle Harry tells the same tired jokes and your cousins won't stop fighting over the best way to cook brussels sprouts? (Hint: There isn't one.) Or you might have the opposite problem, like Jordyn (Paulie Rojas) does in Mark of the Witch, where it's just her and her strict aunt Ruth (Nancy Wolfe), and Jordyn can only wish that someday she might find her real parents.

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Jordyn with blood on her face. She's having one of those days.