Wayyyy better than THE SHINING -- NOT!!
"This horror/suspense would be popular (and not cost much to make). Great acting roles and the last 25 minutes rivals that of THE SHINING - as for as horror goes. This is the story about a normal college kid who is haunted by the ghost of a student who was murdered ten years earlier by his history professor, the very same history professor that the student now has.
A man warns both our hero and his girlfriend of the professors' secret agenda. He tells them that they are the only ones who can save the kidnapped victims presently chained up at the professors' home. Yet, is our boy believing the right person? The informant may not be the innocent ghost he claims. However, the student and his girlfriend step up and break into the professors' house. It is there where they experience the scariest horror house ever imagined, thanks largely to an ax murderer in a ski mask (the lady is recognized after he removes her mask). When the professor finally arrives home, the two students get to go face to face with a serial killer one who is responsible for three decades worth of murders.
Still, the professor is just one third of the killing team. The man reappears but he really isn't who he appears to be nor is he a ghost. The students were chosen as the next victims, stalked and tricked to end up in the solitude of this terrifying home. The man got to play the role as ghost thanks to his creepy aura and the student being unknowingly punctured with a hypodermic needle containing a hallucinating drug right before class (by the lady), thus creating the crazy illusions.
Sooner or later, the Professor and his secret horror house would eventually be found out by the authorities, which leads the man to stab the professor and cut his ties, claiming it was just a matter of time till the Professor was caught.
Now acting as the flies caught in the killer's web, the couple are facing death, but luckily, another student (our guy's nemesis from school), escapes from a treasure chest, clubbing the man therefore saving his foe, and it is our boy who gets to put an end to the last part of the serial killer team."