Marisol disappears, Arturo gets killed off-screen it is implied that he was overpowered and killed by the coven and then thrown and smashed into a window near Hector. It is also Landon's second directorial film, after. Hector runs into a figure resembling Ana and flees towards a closet to hide. With help from Arturo and his friend Santo, Hector and Marisol go to the address, which turns out to be. The group discover a secret trapdoor in Ana's apartment, where they find a witch altar and photos of Jesse, his pregnant mother, Ana, Oscar, and. . The release date was pushed to January due to its longer and larger production anded clip that was not seen shooting than the previous films.
One night, the trio begin to communicate with an unknown entity through a game. Jesse's normal voice asks Hector to open the door but after he doesn't, Jesse breaks down the door, forcing Hector to open a strange brown door, and when he goes through it, the camera blacks out as Hector appears in a garage. In the apartment below lives a mysterious woman named Ana, who everyone believes to be a. Micah assumes Hector is an intruder and tries to attack him, but Katie stabs him to death with a kitchen knife. The door he went through took him back in time to the household of Katie and Micah,.
When Ana is found murdered, Jesse and Hector spot classmate Oscar running from the scene, suggesting he was responsible. Jesse's concerned grandmother Irma visits a and tries to cleanse Jesse, but he tears the living room apart. Released on January 3, 2014, in the , it is the fifth film of the. Hector and Marisol are disturbed by Jesse's behavior and meet Oscar's criminal brother Arturo, who tells them that Oscar was in contact with Ali Rey, who had researched demons after. Jesse finds a mysterious bite mark on his arm and also discovers he has superhuman abilities, which is proven when he knocks out two thugs that assault him. When he comes out, a possessed Jesse then appears and chases Hector upstairs, where Hector goes into a room and shuts the door.
Arturo urges Hector and Marisol to flee and they both run into the house, leaving Arturo alone in the garden to defend himself. In the apartment below lives a mysterious woman named Ana, who everyone believes to be a witch. Oscar rushes and disappears; when Jesse and Hector search for him outside, Oscar commits suicide by jumping off a building, landing on a car. The film maintains the look of found footage, a style used throughout the series. He begins to enjoy the summer with his best friend, Hector. At the same time, a strange woman in black enters, but leaves after finding nothing.
The next morning, an ill Jesse pushes Irma down the stairs before disappearing. Hector walks around the house and then notices Katie going downstairs to the kitchen. When they enter the garden, coven members with knives appear and begin to attack them. Later, Marisol's corpse is thrown through a glass roof. Filming finished in late July, after producer confirmed that the film was almost finished shooting.
As he investigates, it isn';t long before Jesse finds he';s been marked for possession by a malevolent demonic entity, and it';s only a matter of time before he is completely under its control. Ali gives an address to where a final ritual is supposed to take place, and warns that Jesse will no longer exist if the demon manages to fully consume him. Jesse is lured to the trapdoor one night after hearing his dog Chavo barking for help, but the door slams shut and Jesse sees the ghostly figures of young Katie and Kristi before being attacked by a roaring demon. One night, the trio begin to communicate with an unknown entity through a game. At a party, Jesse takes a girl to Ana's apartment to have sex and encounters Oscar, who has black eyes and a similar bite mark on his arm. He begins to enjoy the summer with his best friend, Hector.
Hector runs away, but Jesse, now completely under the demon's influence, appears out of nowhere and attacks him off-screen presumably killing him. Hector tries to get her attention for help but Katie doesn't listen until she turns around, sees Hector and screams for Micah. While Hector and Marisol drive to the hospital, Jesse ambushes them in the street and attacks Hector, but Marisol knocks him unconscious with a bat. A young California Latino named Jesse begins experiencing a number of disturbing and unexplainable things after the death of Anna, his neighbor. This resulted in the film getting its release date pushed from October 25, 2013, to January 3, 2014.
Though the film is targeted to the Latino market, most of its dialogue is not in Spanish. As they are attempting to leave, a van smashes into their car and kidnaps Jesse. The change of setting and tone was primarily praised by critics. When Ana is found murdered, Jesse and Hector spot classmate Oscar running from the scene, suggesting he was responsible. In June 2012, high school graduate Jesse Arista lives with his father, sister and grandmother in Oxnard, California. Jesse's personality gradually becomes dark, suicidal, and extremely violent. The camera falls to the ground until a lady who appears to be Grandma Lois picks up the camera, stares at it, and turns it off.
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