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Emma doesn't like the new house her family has moved into, especially the attic. Since moving into the house, the whole family is unsettled, Emma becoming reclusive. One day Emma is in the attic alone and is attacked by what appears to be her identical twin. Emma sets out to find out the riddle set before her. Written by
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Emma has a strong aversion towards her family's new house,especially the attic.After moving in,she becomes miserable and reclusive. The rest of her family also seems unhappy and unsettled.The situation escalates one day when Emma is in the attic alone.All of a sudden someone who looks like Emma's identical twin sister attacks her viciously.Emma is convinced that someone or something is haunting her...First of all I can't believe that Mary Lambert,the director of very creepy "Pet Sematary" is responsible for this tedious piece of garbage."The Attic" is deadly dull and contains no suspense.There is one throat slashing and that's all when it comes to gore.The acting is pitiful,the script is predictable and it took me two days to actually finish this turd.Skip it.
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