When Angel Wilson and her family move into a spooky old house, their new neighbour Billy informs her the place is haunted by an old miser -- who is rumored to have disappeared with a ... See full summary »

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Angel Wilson
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Cheryl Giannini ...
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Paul Hecht ...
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William Preston ...
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When Angel Wilson and her family move into a spooky old house, their new neighbour Billy informs her the place is haunted by an old miser -- who is rumored to have disappeared with a million dollars in cash. Learning of a secret room in the mansion's basement, the two sleuths make an astonishing discovery -- only to be trapped by a near-fatal cave-in. Now, they'll have to solve the mansion's baffling mystery, or end up missing...just like the miser and his legendary loot! Written by Brian Lunergan <blunergan@cyberus.ca>

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They Don't Make 'Em Like This Anymore
5 September 2015 | by (Boston, MA) – See all my reviews

Back in the early 80's there were a lot of kid movies involving a haunted house. Mystery at Castle House and the Red Room Riddle both aired between 1982-1983 along with the Haunted Mansion Mystery. Christian Slater and Tristine Skyler are both brilliant. Unlike most kid actors today, they both show a quality performance that is hard to find today. Each brings a uniqueness to the story. Both appear to be "old souls" as much of the child like qualities vanish as we get deeper into the story-line. Although this is made for children, we start to pick up adult themes as the main characters start to mature. The movie is able to capture moments of the innocence of childhood but then enters some interesting moments. What started out as a mystery for kids becomes a lesson in friendship, greed and the struggle not to be in a hurry to grow up.


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