The twins, named Danny and Anna, are found by Zoe Moon (Perrey Reeves), a young waitress. She notices when the children's hands touch, they create a wave of purple energy. However, before ... See full summary »



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Lynne Moody ...
Lindsay Brown
Zoe Moon
Claudia Ford
Waldo Fudd
Bobby Motown ...
Sheriff Bronson
Luther / Bruno
John Petlock ...
Beth Colt ...
Woman Officer
Daniel Lavery ...
Mr. Flynn


The twins, named Danny and Anna, are found by Zoe Moon (Perrey Reeves), a young waitress. She notices when the children's hands touch, they create a wave of purple energy. However, before she can do anything, the infant children are separated when Bruno the Hermit (Brad Dourif) places Anna on a truck upon Bruno being spotted by Sheriff Bronson (Kevin Tighe). Danny (Erik von Detten) spends the next few years of his life between foster families, with none of which he feels at home with his recent run-away being thwarted by Sheriff Bronson and his men. Frustrated by the inability to place him, his social worker decides to leave him at an orphanage run by Lindsay Brown (Lynne Moody). It is here where he can at least make some friends. Here he is reunited with Anna (Elisabeth Moss) as she saves him from Xander (Sam Horrigan). Danny and Anna are initially not aware of their relationship, despite the odd mannerisms they share such as arranging the food on their trays exactly the same way. ...

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29 April 1995 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

A Boszorkány-hegy  »

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Mr. Bolt never says what his name is. The twins had remembered his name since everybody at the orphanage said "Thank you, Mr. Bolt". See more »


Edward Bolt: I'm losing my patience, young lady. Now try to move those rocks!
Anna: What's this about, anyway?
Edward Bolt: It's too complicated for you to understand, just do what I'm telling ya!
Anna: I can't.
Edward Bolt: I can get mean if I have to be, but nobody wants anything bad to happen, do they?...
[Anna is not answering him]
Edward Bolt: love your brother?
Anna: [yells at Mr. Bolt] I'm not gonna help you! I hate you and I hate being here.
Edward Bolt: [yells back at Anna] Listen, you little witch! I don't care what you think about me, but nobody here says no to...
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Rather average, but has some good performances
1 April 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The 1975 version was a charming film, so the writers here had a hard feat to make this 1995 TV remake as good. Surprisingly, it is not as good, to be honest I found it rather average, but it does have some redeeming merits. The obvious plus is the cast, Elizabeth Moss and Erik Von Detten are appealing as Danny and Anna, and Robert Vaughn while not as malevolent as Ray Milland is suitably nasty as Edward Bolt. Among them and doing more than adequately are Brad Dourif, Henry Gibson and Vincent Shiavelli. The film is nicely shot, Bolt's house looks amazing and the special effects are decent for a TV movie. However, the script is weak and the plot is formulaic in a lot of places. Consequently it lacked the charm of the 1975 film. Also for an 87 minute film, it is rather short, so the character development wasn't particularly that strong. Though Danny and Anna's chemistry was believable enough, the music was lovely and the ending had a sense of poignancy. Overall, not great but not a complete time-waster. 5/10 Bethany Cox

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