The other side of the door: A mysterious link between the dead & the living


The new horror movie The Other Side of the Door has huge expectation to make all audiences feel terrified and maybe insecure for a couple of days so you should be careful.

The film is about a mother named Maria, whose young son dies in a car accident, and she seeks supernatural means to get some closure, Maria attempts to bring back her son which lead her to an ancient Indian temple, where a doorway separates the living from the dead. She's told that she'll be able to speak to her son through the door, but she shouldn’t open the door. Of course, she opens the door and releases her son, but her son brings back some undead company with him, and that's when things turn super frightening. Obviously, this is some over the top craziness, so the movie is not based on a true story. It was written by screenwriters Johannes Roberts and Ernest Riera, who have each penned a number of horror films, such as Dark hunters, and Forest of the Damned.
Probably the closest real Indian temple to what's depicted in the movie is the Mehandipur Balaji, located in the northwestern state of Rajasthan. The temple is dedicated to the Hindu God Hanuman, and it’s believed that all visitors to the temple are presented with the following set of rules:
1.Do not eat or drink anything inside the temple's village.
2.Do not talk to or even accidentally touch any other person inside the temple.
3.Do not take any food or offering from the temple home with you.
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