The movie opens up with a narrator coming on screen, notifying you that this entire movie is based on true events, and it uses real archived footage of the hypnotist sessions conducted by Dr. Abigail Tyler, in conjunction with the actors and actresses playing the roles of Dr. Abigail Tyler and her patients. Some names may have been changed to respect the privacy of individuals.
For an extra air of authenticity the movie has scenes of the real Abigail Tyler being interviewed on camera with the Chapman University logo hovering across the screen.
|"Real" Dr. Abigail Tyler on the left and actress on the right. The movie often plays|
two clips side by side contrasting with the real and fake.
Overall, if the archived footage truly is real, then this is likely the most horrific movie ever.
Unfortunately, it's not.
|Director and actor Olatunde Osunsanmi.|
As for Dr. Abigail Tyler; both versions of her are actresses. The "fake" one is played by Milla Jovovich. The "real" one is played by Charlotte Milchard. As for the use of the Chapman University logo? You can read more about how it got its own cameo appearance.
Well then, sadly this would make for some of the greatest Paranormal evidence IF it were real, but unfortunately it's not. The movie does state however, that this is based on real events. So there has to be some aspect of truth behind it, right? Hypnotists do perform regressive hypnosis therapy on alien abduction victims, so in my opinion it's likely that this is where the "based on real events" part does come into play.
So far the only evidence I've been able to find stating that any of this movie is real, is a blog comment on another website from 'anonymous'.
Unfortunately, a testimony by an anonymous source on a blog is far off from being substantial evidence to give this story any real weight. Having said that, it was still an enjoyable watch and put together well, even if for nothing more than the fear factor it provides. You can buy the movie on Amazon on DVD or Blu-Ray.