Bad Ben Series
The Bad Ben series is a found footage film series that was written and directed by Nigel Bach, who also stars in the first installment. The films follow the owners of a house haunted by an evil spirit. In the first film, Bad Ben (2016), a man (Nigel Bach) visits his new house, which he purchased site unseen in a sheriff’s sale. Little does he know that he purchased more than he bargained for. The second film, Steelmanville Road: A Bad Ben Prequel (2017), presents footage of the original homeowners and the origin of the evil spirit. buy adalat generic rxxbuynoprescriptiononline.net/adalat.html over the counter
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Tom Riley invested every penny he had into buying a home at a Sheriff’s sale that he hoped to flip for a profit. Almost immediately unexplained events happened which led him to realize the house was possessed with the spirits of the previous owners. All the footage was captured on his cell phone and downloaded from the cloud server of 21 security cameras installed in the home by the previous owners.
In 2016 the horror Tom Riley experienced in a home he bought at a Sheriff's Sale was captured on 21 Security Cameras in the home. What if he was experiencing this over and over again in parallel universes? Bad Ben - The Mandela Effect, gathers footage together that shows the Paranormal Experiences Tom had, seem to keep occurring.
The 5th installment of the Bad Ben Series, The Crescent Moon Clown, begins with the new owners of the home on vacation and their college-aged daughter home alone. She finds a locked box, opens it, and inside finds a clown rag doll buried in ashes and covered with a cross. She removes the cross and puts the box with the clown outside. Almost immediately, strange things start happening in the house and she is unsure if it’s her imagination or something sinister is at work. Filmed over the course o...[Read More]
The new owner of the haunted house on Steelmanville Road hires the person with the most experience in dealing with the evil in the home to rid it of all malevolent forces prior to moving in. That person is Tom Riley, who has survived countless encounters with ghosts and demons in the home. Desperate for cash, he accepts the challenge. To succeed, he must find out how they're getting in!
Tom Riley has a new job now as a ride share driver for the DropUOff service and the strange new experiences he has driving his clients on Halloween night 2019 are all captured on his dashcam, body cam and surveillance cameras. Among them a young woman carrying a suspicious parcel, a witch and an unfriendly scarecrow.
Tom Riley wanders out of the woods behind his home on Steelmanville Road, and must climb through the window to get inside. He is baffled by objects in the house that aren’t his, things moving on their own, and soon finds himself dealing with evil forces that cause him to rely on the help of others to try and figure out once and for all how to rid the house of evil.
The world is in turmoil. Paranormal Events are at a peak and now, a Global Pandemic. Tom Riley offers his services via video chat to people trying to determine whether they are experiencing something paranormal.
On Christmas Eve, Nico, the new owner of the home on Steelmanville Road, discovers he's got a problem and he calls the only person that can help... Tom Riley.
The final film in the Bad Ben Trilogy has a team of Paranormal Investigators return to the Steelmanville Road property to make a documentary about what happened there. The most significant discovery they make is that Tom Riley is not dead and they bring him back to the home to be the centerpiece of their film. This found footage, horror, comedy has the perfect blend of frights and fun.
Steelmanville Road is the found footage prequel to Bad Ben. Matt and Rachael Harris inherit a home from her mother, a woman she never met that put her up for adoption at birth. It's the type of home they dreamed of owning but thought they'd never be able to afford. Strange things start happening almost immediately after moving in and everything is captured on video.