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Inhabited (2003)

PG-13 | | Drama, Fantasy, Horror | Video 19 August 2003
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A family dismisses their daughter's claims of "fairies" living in the playhouse in their new home's backyard, until they discover another girl described the same beings in their home, decades before.

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Kelly Sandefur

Writer:

Rick Drew
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Megan Gallagher ... Meg Russell
Eric Lutes ... Brad Russell
Sofia Vassilieva ... Gina Russell
Greg Cipes ... Tyler Russell
Malcolm McDowell ... Dr. Werner
James Otis ... Mr. Stevenson
Peter Looney ... Iver Hagen
Patty McCormack ... Olivia Hagen
Rosalind Chao ... Ms. Montane
Michael Munoz ... The Huldre (King) (as Michael A. Munoz)
Robert Joseph ... Nurse Wilson
Selwyn Emerson Miller Selwyn Emerson Miller ... The Huldre (as Selwyn Miller)
Joe Childs ... The Huldre (as Joseph Childs)
Patrick Thomas O'Brien ... Mr. Kelly (as Patrick O'Brien)
Steve Carter Steve Carter ... The Huldre
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Storyline

After Brad and Meg move to a detached house in need of major repairs after a fire and decades of neglect, they're happy that cheerful teenage son Tyler behaves normally, for puberty. Young daughter Gina's stories about sometimes evil 'fairies' are equally dismissed, but get worse. Self-appointed handyman warns Iver Hagen them for 'things worse than ghosts' and ever scarier things happen. Ma irrationally believes the house bad yet refuses long to have Gina examined by Dr. Werner, who has a patient Olive obsessed by similar trolls. By the time the pieces are fitted, it may be too late. Written by KGF Vissers

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Rated PG-13 for scary images | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

19 August 2003 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

A Casa Amaldiçoada See more »

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PorchLight Entertainment See more »
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When Meg goes to see Mr Stevenson, he is using oxygen. The type of mask he is using is called a non-rebreather mask (notice the clear bag hanging from it - the reservoir). In order for this mask to work, the reservoir must be filled oxygen first, or else the user will not get an adequate oxygen supply. See more »

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Folie a deus.....
24 October 2006 | by MarieGabrielleSee all my reviews

Malcolm McDowell diagnoses Megan Gallagher's daughter and she as having a form of illness, when they believe they are seeing "The Huldre", troll-like creatures which live with "the rocks and the roots" (to quote the movie).

Basically a family moves into an older house, which has a smaller doll-house in the backyard. The daughter (well played by Sofia Vassiliova) starts to befriend the creatures, until they become vindictive. The family cat also disappears.

There are a few good scenes with Megan Gallagher ("Millennium") and Malcolm McDowell as the psychiatrist. There is also something strange which occurred to one of McDowell's patients.

If you enjoy this type of story, you may also like "Bad Ronald", which had a similar odd theme, and the house is haunted by bad Ronald (Scott Jacoby) only that movie is from the 70's. 7/10.


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