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Finders Keepers (2014)

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A divorced mother of one is thrown into turmoil when her young daughter becomes obsessed with an evil doll left behind by the previous occupants of their new home.


Alexander Yellen


Jeffrey Schenck (story), Peter Sullivan (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jaime Pressly ... Alyson Simon
Patrick Muldoon ... Jonathan Simon
Tobin Bell ... Dr. Freeman
Marina Sirtis ... Janine
Justina Machado ... Prof. Elena Carranza
Kylie Rogers ... Claire Simon
Mark DeCarlo ... Ken Stevens
Trilby Glover ... Kathy
Joey Luthman ... Zachary
Gabe O'Mara ... Zachary age 10
Kristen Kerr ... Nurse
Lauren K. Montgomery Lauren K. Montgomery ... Ofelia
Mary Pat Gleason ... Carol
Mercy Malick ... Officer Adrien
Joseph Gatt ... Officer Cobbs


A divorced mother of one is thrown into turmoil when her young daughter becomes obsessed with an evil doll left behind by the previous occupants of their new home.

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No soul is safe

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violence and bloody images | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

18 October 2014 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Finders Keepers See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

HFD Productions, Hybrid See more »
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Technical Specs



Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


After the first paragraphs, the news reports that Alyson finds online become rambling fourth-wall-breaking plot speculation and chastise the reader for getting that far. See more »


As the main character goes through a box containing newspaper clippings, a particular headline reads "Central Amercian Gods By Alyson Simon" (American is misspelled as Amercian). The clipped out text below the headline is from a real November 2013 New Yorker article about "City Grit", even though the clipping shown has a fictional "KC Report Journal" date of January 2012. See more »


Claire Simon: [In a demonic voice while strangling Alyson] Goodbye mommy.
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References The Exorcist (1973) See more »

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For a SyFy movie, surprisingly watchable.
1 November 2014 | by chrismackey1972See all my reviews

Alyson (Jaime Pressly) and her daughter Clair (Kylie Rogers) move into a home, but unknown to them, it has an evil past. The people who lived there before them were murdered by their 8-yr old son who had become possessed by an evil doll. Now, Clair has become possessed by the same doll, which she found inside a vent in her room.

I have to say I was impressed by Jaime Pressly's acting in this. This is the first time I've seen her in a straight out dramatic role. Granted, I haven't seen that many things with her, but she was very good in this. However, I didn't like her hairstyle. The front of it wasn't bad, but the almost shaved back of her head was very odd to see on a woman, and they must have had about 4 different scenes where they had a close up of it. Kylie Rogers did a very good job as well as the troubled and possessed Clair. Patrick Muldoon portrayed Alyson's ex-husband. I haven't seen him in anything since Starship Troopers. He was more of a side-character in this, as the movie was much more focused on Pressly and Rogers.

I gave this a 4-star rating. I wouldn't want to see it again, because I'm not a fan of possession movies, but I enjoyed it enough to sit through it. I have to say that parts of this kind of reminded me of The Conjuring. For something from the SyFy channel, this was surprisingly watchable.

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