Don't sit on the furniture
Francesca always attracted weirdos. When one of her stalkers is found dead, she looks for comfort from her best friend, Maxi. Meanwhile, Maxi’s grandfather, Jack, a disgraced Rabbi, comes across a reclining chair containing a Dybbuk inside. Jack and his voodoo sorceress partner try to find out where the recliner has been delivered while exploring Jack’s newfound gift for communicating with the other world. The reclining chair becomes enchanted by Francesca and starts committing crimes of passion. When Francesca discovers that the Dybbuk in the recliner is trying to reconnect with another Dybbuk living inside of her, she prepares herself for a life and death battle against the evil recliner.
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