Synopsis: A young couple deliberately moves into a haunted house to contact the other side. Until their conduit, a painted black mirror proves to contain a malevolent presence hell-bent on bringing harm to their new family.
Genre: Horror, Thriller
88 min

windows above the garage?

The attic.

Which should be...

That's odd.

Well, try this one.

Would you mind?


Why would anyone want to

keep us from getting in?

Better question...

Who would want

to keep us out?

May I ask something?

Against my instructions?


Why buy this house?

Because this house

has a gap in the vale.

I don't follow...

You're not from around here,

are you, Marcy?

Well, no.

You're standing in

a local legend.

She's a haunted house.

What if Amara isn't...?

Don't worry...

I have it on good authority.

- Who?

- My niece.

Since we arrived, she hasn't

laid an eye on her.


Can I help?!

Sure, peanut.

You can take the small ones and bring

them to the porch for Aunt Ellie.

Just be careful, oka?

Careful, you don't want

to break anything.

[box slamming]

[glass crashing]

Spend all your inheritance on a new

home and you're already breaking shit?

I didn't break them.

She all right out there?

Take a breather.

The hard part is over.

We got the house.

I have something

to show you.

It's an armoire.

They must have moved it

in here.

Who's they?


the previous owners?

I thought you said nobody's

lived here since the sixties?

Yeah, that's what I thought...

What's that?

It's a mirror.

It's beautiful.

Who would paint over this?


Do you have your box cutter?

[Gavin] One more step...

Now turn left...

Keep going...

Almost there. Another turn

One more turn.

All right, you can open them.

It's mine?

All yours.

Your aunt gained quite a bit

of bad luck today.

What'd she do?

She has seven years bad luck

for breaking a mirror.

And there's only one way

you can turn your luck around...

I didn't break it.

How's that?

By disposing of it properly.

Here I thought I was stuck with

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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