At Granny's House

Synopsis: Marion Rogers (Granny), an elderly lady in the small town of Haley, reluctantly accepts the mysterious Rebecca Torrance as her live-in caregiver, but eventually the two form a strong friendship. Rebecca soon sells Granny on the idea of turning the house into a guest house for travelers looking for free accommodations., which, in turn, leads to revealing Rebecca's dark and fatal secret. A strange love triangle forms when Rebecca and Ted, a guest at the house, fall in love. This leads to a violent confrontation that will forever change the lives of all the residents AT GRANNY'S HOUSE. A typical Midwest house. A sweet little old lady. When a caretaker moves in to help out, Granny's House becomes a macabre place of death - and love.
Genre: Thriller
Director(s): Les Mahoney
  2 wins & 1 nomination.
83 min

Dammit, I'm just trying to help.

You can't live here alone.

So you say!

You're damn right!

Look, you need help

and now you've got it.

Case closed.

I gotta go.

You always do.

I will call you next week, okay?

Everything will be

great, I promise.

This is some

house you have here.

How long have you lived here?

53 years.


You don't see people

set down roots like that

much anymore.

Why did you move to

Haley in the first place?

My husband was a doctor.

You don't really

want me here, right?

It's nothing

personal, I just...

don't think you need help?

Maybe you don't.

And maybe your son

pushed you into this?

No, I didn't say that, i...

I know.

But I have eyes.

Listen, I really am here

to make your life better.


How about the nickel tour?

Is that your husband?

Yes, doctor passed away

12 years ago this month.

I'm sorry.

Part of life, death

comes to us all.

Next stop.

This will be yours.

Thank you, it's very nice.

Did you stuff those yourself?

Oh no, it was a family friend.

Kind of ghastly, actually.

I don't know.

I rather like them.

Pretty, well-preserved.

Oh, you don't need to

go down those stairs.

No need to take

unnecessary chances.

I'm fine, it's no problem.

Did you know that trips

and falls are statistically

the most common injuries

among the elderly?

I can take a quick

look around myself.

Really, I'm fine.

And I insist.

What's down there?

Well, okay.

There's a doctor's old office.

Another bedroom.

Now let's see uhm, a workshop.

Storage, oh and

the new basement.


Oh, of course new is relative.

We added it on the

house years ago.

I guess I'll make some tea.

Would you like some?

A lovely idea, please.

I'll be right back.



You're welcome.

A very spacious

basement you have.

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Les Mahoney

Les Mahoney is an American actor and filmmaker known for such films as Mike Case in: The Big Kiss Off, Coldwood and his latest film, which he also wrote and directed, At Granny's House. His film Mike Case in: The Big Kiss Off won four major awards at the 2013 Hollywood & Vine Film Festival, including best director (Justin Baird), Best Score (Edward "Tex" Miller), Best Actor (Mahoney) and the top prize, the Grand Jury Prize. Mahoney has appeared in over 40 films and over 30 TV series. In addition to those films already mentioned, Mahoney has had appearances in such movies as Killer Priest, Brando: Unauthorized, Dirty South and Tangerine Sky. Mahoney has also appeared in such TV series as Dead of Night, Unusual Suspects and 1000 Ways to Die. Mahoney is known for edgy and quirky characters, both comedic and dramatic. From con men to psycho killers to the president of the Chewbacca Fan Club of North America, he has a history of playing the eccentric. He is currently finishing the spy thriller Available, and developing three other films to be shot 2015-2016. He also wrote a crime drama inspired by the 'Grim Sleeper' serial case in Los Angeles called Dancing with Rip which is currently being packaged. Mahoney is president of the film production company Vagabond Entertainment. more…

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