Lindsay Parker (Sherry Morris) is trying to move on with her life…a new job, a new town and a new home. However her new home has come with an Unwanted Presence.
Gripped by the fear of this evil spirit she exhausts all the ghost hunters, spiritualists and charlatans she can locate. When all seems lost she turns to a couple recommended by her secretary as having experience in these situations.
Desperate to rid her life of this unnatural spirit and not wanting to lose her home to the Presence that walks the halls, Lindsay contacts Dr. Paul and Claire.
Armed with the Truth and the spirit of victory they triumph over evil. Showing Lindsay that fear leads to bondage but truth and faith can bring deliverance.
“Unwanted Presence” does a good job in presenting a scary movie with a powerful Christ-centered ending. The beginning of the movie states it is based on a true story. The plot involves a celebrity named Laura Love who commits suicide in the bedroom of a house considered “haunted.” The new owner, Lindsey Parker (Sherry Morris), begins to notice that something isn’t right in the house, including a diary that she throws in the trash returning to her bedside. Also, a candle that is put out shows up again and is lit.
Lindsey tries the Great Socrates, a psychic, and a team of ghost hunters but no one can set the house free until she receives advice from someone close to her to try a husband and wife team, that are Christians, which are prepared to take on the powers of darkness. This movie is intense with its scenes featuring demonic activities and noises, and a spirit resembling a young woman appearing at the window, and “Leave this house” written in blood on the walls. Yet its message of the freedom of the cross is powerful. We suggest parents consult our content listings and make their own informed decisions. We are recommending “Unwanted Presence” for our Dove Seal for ages 12 plus Seal. It does include a conversion and clearly demonstrates what the power of God can do.