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Emma and her family are unhappy after moving to her house; one day she went to the attic and found someone who looked like her and began haunting her. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Elisabeth Moss ... Emma Callan

Catherine Mary Stewart ... Kim Callan

John Savage ... Graham Callan

Tom Malloy ... Frankie Callan
Lynn-Marie Stetson ... Beth

Alexandra Daddario ... Ava Strauss

Jason Lewis ... John Trevor
Gil Deeble ... Detective Carter

Nick Gregory ... Detective (as Nic Gregory)

Thomas Jay Ryan ... Dr. Perry

Clark Middleton ... Dr. Cofi

Betsy Aidem ... Ms. Kettering

Tara Thompson ... Allyson
L.J. Ganser ... Dad (as LJ Ganser)
Colleen Fitzgerald ... Mom
Denise Wilbanks ... Cindy
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Sara Maraffino ... Demon (voice) (uncredited)

Russell Terlecki ... Paramedic (uncredited)

Directed by
Mary Lambert 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Tom Malloy  screenplay
Tom Malloy  story
Robert M. Reitano  screenplay

Produced by
Eric Bauman .... executive producer
Tom Malloy .... producer
Enrique Margulis .... associate producer
Richard Marthens .... executive producer (as Richard T. Marthens)
Greg Polisseni .... executive producer
Isen Robbins .... producer
Aimee Schoof .... producer
Russell Terlecki .... producer (as Russ Terlecki)
Original Music by
Mario Grigorov 
Cinematography by
James Callanan (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Jack Haigis 
Casting by
Judy Henderson 
Production Design by
Eric Dean 
Art Direction by
Michele Catalano (uncredited)
Set Decoration by
Ann McKinnon 
Costume Design by
Olivia Mori 
Makeup Department
Christy McCabe .... key hair stylist
Christy McCabe .... key makeup artist
Anne Mistak .... assistant makeup artist
Production Management
Tena Golding .... production manager
Christo Morse .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Dylan Hopkins .... first assistant director
Christo Morse .... first assistant director
Art Department
Joe Cacchioli .... art department production assistant
Amber Dawn .... property master
Joseph Rios .... art department production assistant
Joseph Rios .... assistant property master
Sound Department
Andrew Bellware .... sound mixer
Paul Bercovitch .... sound re-recording mixer
Cory Choy .... sound designer
Tony Kenner .... boom operator
Robin Shore .... adr editor
Special Effects by
Anthony Pepe .... special effects makeup
Caroline Adams .... stunt double
Jared Burke .... stunt coordinator
Blaise Corrigan .... stunts
Judi Lewis Ockler .... stunt double
Anthony Vincent .... fight coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Eric Branco .... best boy electric
Rina Camarda .... second assistant camera
Noah Fuller .... second assistant camera
Andrew Rothschild .... lighting technician
John Shim .... grip
Brandon Taylor .... best boy electric
Casting Department
Kimberly Graham .... casting associate
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Kristie Herlong .... wardrobe assistant
Elisa Santiago .... wardrobe supervisor
Editorial Department
Michelle Harrison .... additional editing
Other crew
Brandon Baker .... producer's representative
Marta Harasymowicz .... production assistant
Jim Lovaglio .... key accountant
Laura Richard .... script supervisor
Louis J. Ambrosio .... thanks

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Rated R for violence and language
Germany:88 min (European Film Market)
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Continuity: While John Savage is talking at dinner, a half empty salad bowl is right in front of him. The camera angle changes to a long shot. A full salad bowl is now in front Catherine Mary Stuart. Savage asks her to pass the salad. Now it is a full bowl.See more »


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3 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
Terrible in the Worst Way Possible, 1 May 2012
Author: avarusrex

I don't want to give a bad review based on my sole experience, but I will. After all, this review is warranted and in no way, shape or form is it based on movies with similar premises...but it is.

I like bad movies; I really do. I dig really bad movies such as Troll 2, Silent Night Deadly Night 2, etc. These movies, at least to me, attempt something and in some way, it always comes out bad in the best way possible. This movie, The Attic, starring Elisabeth Moss, is terrible in the worst way.

It starts off interesting enough with a girl in the bathtub, which is always a good sign of a horror flick. However, it rushes things right afterward until you're wondering what happened and why.

Is the movie bad because of poor character development? Yes. Is the movie bad because of very poor acting? Yes. Is the movie bad because it's the same storyline that's been done time and time again? Yes.

I could almost look passed the bad acting because sometimes that actually makes a memorable movie. However, in this case, The Attic falls short to the point you could care less about the characters, and you really want to find the original script and tear it up before anyone, such as Lambert, decides to direct it.

I gave it 1 star only because I couldn't give it a 0.

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