The Attic

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  • R
  • 2006
  • 1 hr 28 min
  • 3.4  (1,691)

The Callan family has moved into a new house. Emma (Elisabeth Moss) is not happy. She really doesn't like the house or the attic. She turns emotionally inward and seems to be unhappy. The whole family just can't seem to get comfortable in this particular house. One day Emma is in the attic alone when a girl appears out of nowhere and attacks Emma. The girl looks like Emma and scares her to the point that she won't leave the house. John Trevor (Jason Lewis) is a detective who comes along to help solve the puzzle. Emma becomes suspicious of her family and believes they are practicing black magic. She begins to find that she did have a twin named Beth who died shortly after her birth. Emma sees Beth kill her brother . The police look at Emma as the murder suspect. John Trevor finds Beth trying to kill Emma by strangling her to death. He acts sympathetic and leaves her with a gun for protection. In Emma's paranoia, she feels her parents are to blame and shoots them both dead. The police arrive, and John Trevor shows up for some reason as a paramedic. In her mind Emma points the gun at John Trevor, but in reality she points the gun at herself. She pulls the trigger and kills herself. The police are later talking about the case and discuss Emma. It seems that the sister and John Trevor were figments of her imagination. It also is mentioned that the previous owners of the house died from mysterious causes. The psychiatrist doesn't believe the house has anything to do with the deaths, but it did. In the end a new family is looking at the house with John Trevor, the real estate agent. He calls himself Richard and promises a little girl who looks like Emma that they will be seeing each other a lot.

The Attic
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The Callan family has moved into a new house. Emma (Elisabeth Moss) is not happy. She really doesn't like the house or the attic. She turns emotionally inward and seems to be unhappy. The whole family just can't seem to get comfortable in this particular house. One day Emma is in the attic alone when a girl appears out of nowhere and attacks Emma. The girl looks like Emma and scares her to the point that she won't leave the house.

John Trevor (Jason Lewis) is a detective who comes along to help solve the puzzle. Emma becomes suspicious of her family and believes they are practicing black magic. She begins to find that she did have a twin named Beth who died shortly after her birth. Emma sees Beth kill her brother . The police look at Emma as the murder suspect. John Trevor finds Beth trying to kill Emma by strangling her to death. He acts sympathetic and leaves her with a gun for protection. In Emma's paranoia, she feels her parents are to blame and shoots them both dead. The police arrive, and John Trevor shows up for some reason as a paramedic. In her mind Emma points the gun at John Trevor, but in reality she points the gun at herself. She pulls the trigger and kills herself. The police are later talking about the case and discuss Emma. It seems that the sister and John Trevor were figments of her imagination. It also is mentioned that the previous owners of the house died from mysterious causes. The psychiatrist doesn't believe the house has anything to do with the deaths, but it did.

In the end a new family is looking at the house with John Trevor, the real estate agent. He calls himself Richard and promises a little girl who looks like Emma that they will be seeing each other a lot.

The Attic is a 2006 horror movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 28 minutes. It has received poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 3.4.

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  • Release Date
    2006
  • MPAA Rating
    R
  • Runtime
    1 hr 28 min
  • Language
    English
  • IMDB Rating
    3.4  (1,691)