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Bangkok: In the suburbs, a modern town-house, left vacant, becomes home to a single-parent Thai family. But, an affair between the mother and the house's ex-pat owner, incites a troubled spirit residing upstairs. Disruption soon follows.
Lawrence de Stefano,
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
Debby - TBV
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The attic is certainly not the movie of the year or a movie to be remembered but certainly a movie that didn't make me think i wasted my time.A pretty decent haunted house story with some bad acting but a good movie pace.I'm sure with a bigger budget it would have become a horror flick that could satisfy the fans of the genre.It keeps the same eerie feeling from beginning to end and the main character's descent into madness left me quite satisfied.It is a movie based on atmosphere more than pop up scares which was nice for a change.It certainly could have been more scary or more gory but for it to get a 3,5 rating...you guys surely haven't watched really bad horror movies.
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