Following a messy divorce, Lynn Graham moves back home to Australia with her three American-born children in tow. Buying an old house on the same street as her sister seems like a good idea... See full summary »

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Lynn Graham
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Bronwyn McChristie
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Bill
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Following a messy divorce, Lynn Graham moves back home to Australia with her three American-born children in tow. Buying an old house on the same street as her sister seems like a good idea, but its low price reflects a unpleasant history of murder and satanic ritual. Before long, her two youngest kids have fallen under the spell of an evil force emanating from a sinister cubbyhouse in the back garden, and bloody past events look set to repeat themselves. Written by Ross Horsley <rosshorsley@yahoo.com>

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22 February 2002 (South Korea)  »

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Hellion: The Devil's Playground  »

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This film is considered an Ozploitation picture, an Australian exploitation movie. See more »

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Features Alison's Birthday (1981) See more »

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Be Sure
Written by Aaron Hogg, Jason Harmon, Jason Peters, Vaughan Watson & Brent Milligan
Performed by Pumpkinhead
Courtesy of Wildside Records
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Enjoyable, but silly
13 July 2002 | by (Swansea, Wales) – See all my reviews

Called The Cubbyhouse on release in the U.K, The Third Circle is an Australian made horror movie. A divorcee and her three children move back to her native Australia with her, and they start to settle in to their new home, but the two younger children become strangely obsessed with the Cubbyhouse in the Garden. Their older brother Danny, along with next door's teenage daughter Bronwyn discover the Cubbyhouse's gruesome secret - 30 years previous, a man allegedly murdered his two young children there.

There appears to be a demonic spirit in the Cubbyhouse, and Danny and Bronwyn fight to save the children from it and to destroy the Cubbyhouse for good.

Better than I thought it would be, but still pretty cheesy and.. y'know.. Craig McLachlan... but if there's nothing else on, or all the big movie are out to rent already, it's worth a shot, expect to roll your eyes at the silly ending though ;)


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