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Devon over 5 years ago
A bore.
Charlie Alcock over 2 years ago
A real classy, well-made chiller.
Robert Stuart almost 5 years ago
A brilliant, slow burn ghost story. George C. Scott is great in this.
Luca Andreola over 5 years ago
Underrated ghost story that nobody seems to know about. Definetely worth a watch!
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Henke over 6 years ago
The Changeling (released as Changeling in Italy) is a 1980 horror film directed by Peter Medak and starring George C. Scott and Trish Van Devere (Scott's real-life wife). The story is based upon events that writer Russell Hunter said he experienced while he was living in the Henry Treat Rogers Mansion of Denver, Colorado. Scott stars as Dr. John Russell, a composer living in New York City who moves cross-country to Washington state following the deaths of his wife and daughter in a traffic accident while on a winter vacation in upstate New York. In suburban Seattle, Russell rents a large, old and eerie Victorian-era mansion and begins piecing his life back together. However, Dr. Russell soon discovers that he has unexpected company in his new home — the ghost of a murdered child. It shatters windows, abruptly opens and shuts doors, and manifests itself during a seance. Russell investigates and finds that the mystery is linked to a powerful local family, the heir of which is a wealthy...
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