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13 Gantry Row (1998)

R | | Thriller, Horror | TV Movie
After buying a house, a woman's life is threatened by sinister events that occurred in the house a century previously.

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Julie
John Adam ...
Peter
Doris Younane ...
Penny
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Russell
Mark Gerber ...
Klaus
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Kieron
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Blake
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Mr. Hob
Tony Llewellyn-Jones ...
Dr. Harper
Ron Graham ...
Loans Manager
Syd Conabere ...
Fred Lang
Julie Herbert ...
Merle Lang
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Detective #1
Nicholas Opolski ...
Detective #2
Les Foxcroft ...
Barber
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After buying a house, a woman's life is threatened by sinister events that occurred in the house a century previously.

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Evil has a new address.

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Thriller | Horror

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Rated R for violence and some sexuality | See all certifications »

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Les traces du mal  »

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When the husband and wife open the trap door in the floor, a large cloud of dust billows into the air. In the next shot the dust cloud has disappeared. See more »

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9 July 2005 | by (Longmont, Colorado) – See all my reviews

Just two comments....SEVEN years apart? Hardly evidence of the film's relentless pulling-power! As has been mentioned, the low-budget telemovie status of 13 GANTRY ROW is a mitigating factor in its limited appeal. Having said that however the thing is not without merit - either as entertainment or as a fright outing per se.

True, the plot at its most basic is a re-working of THE AMITYVILLE HORROR - only without much horror. More a case of intrigue! Gibney might have made a more worthwhile impression if she had played Halifax -investigating a couple of seemingly unconnected murders with the "house" as the main suspect. The script is better than average and the production overall of a high standard. It just fails to engage the viewer particularly at key moments.

Having picked the DVD up for a mere $3.95 last week at my regular video store, I cannot begrudge the expenditure. $10.95 would be an acceptable price for the film. Just don't expect fireworks!


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