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Archie is a "brain" at a small town high school who works part-time at his uncle's mortuary and is harassed by a few of the popular kids because of it. His harassers die in an automobile ... See full summary »
A fashion photographer and seven models travel to a South American island fortress, ostensibly to do a fashion shoot. In reality, the photographer is a mercenary and their job is to free an... See full summary »
At Montclair High School, three different students bond with one another through a variety of comic, dramatic and episodic circumstances. Sean is a popular football jock who struggles to ... See full summary »
When their father dies, Lynn and her younger brother David have to move in with their grandparents. Their mother died already when they were young, so they were told. One morning a dead man is found near their new home. A friend tells David, that it's not the first. Shortly after he sees his grandparents carry a body into the garage - are they the murderers? David calls the sheriff... Written by
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In the scene where David is in the hospital emergency room, the nurse wipes blood off his face. In the next scene, a police officer asks him a question. When it cuts back to David, the blood is back on his face. See more »
Grandmothers House is slow...almost too slow. The first half hour seems to be just following around a young boy who seems too curious about what's around every corner. His curiosity may be killing more then a cat, because his strange dreams of his grandparents hiding bodies in the basement may not be just a dream. As the movie progresses, there appears to be more going on then meets the eye. There are a few surprises, and, well, let's just say it sounds to me like mental illness runs in the family. That's the difference between friends and family, you can choose who you want as your friends. In the end, however, it's going to be a game of survival...a mental one. Grandmothers House is a slick, overlooked treat, and I'm trying very hard to bring notice to these underrated gems that seemed to have gotten buried in the past. It's a creepy, eerie, fun ride, and you won't forgot it, but you'll wish you could.
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