Long Time Dead

Long Time Dead
Theatrical poster
Directed byMarcus Adams
Written by
  • Marcus Adams
  • Daniel Bronzite
  • James Gay-Rees
Screenplay by
  • Eitan Arrusi
  • Chris Baker
  • Daniel Bronzite
  • Andy Day
Produced byJames Gay-Rees
CinematographyNic Morris
Edited byLucia Zucchetti
Music byDon Davis
Distributed byUniversal Pictures
Release date
  • 18 January 2002 (2002-01-18) (United Kingdom)
Running time
94 minutes
  • United Kingdom
  • France
Box office$13,102,295[1]

Long Time Dead is a 2002 British horror film, co-written and directed by Marcus Adams in his directorial debut.

Set in the United Kingdom, the film follows a group of college[clarification needed] students in which they experiment with an Ouija board and inadvertently summon a djinn, an Arabic spirit of fire, which puts their lives in danger.

The film stars Alec Newman, Marsha Thomason and Joe Absolom alongside Mel Raido, Lara Belmont, Melanie Gutteridge and Lukas Haas.


After a night of hard-partying, a group of college students decide to try their hands at a seance by using a homemade Ouija board. Things take a turn for the worse when they end up summoning a djinn that soon begins to hunt down and lead each one of the students towards untimely deaths.

To stop the djinn, Liam, desperate for the sake of his friends, will have to face his fear of the supernatural; even if it means paying the ultimate price.



  1. ^ "Long Time Dead (2002) - Box Office Mojo". Box Office Mojo. Retrieved 26 July 2011.

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