Family Possessions

Synopsis: After moving into the home of a deceased relative, a family discovers they may have inherited more than just the house.
Genre: Horror
Director(s): Tommy Faircloth
Production: Horse Creek Productions
  12 wins & 10 nominations.
111 min

Who says I'm throwing

anything away?

There's a few places

you could try downtown, um...

try Crave, it's a coffeehouse.

They hire a lot

of part-time help.


Yeah, I'll check it out


Look, Mom, I...

I know we're in a tough

financial situation right now.

I do, but...

I also know I can't live

with you guys forever.

I'll do what I have to do

for this family

until we get back on our feet,

but my life can't revolve around

what happens to this house.

You can't keep me here forever.

She's right, you know.

Oh, I know...

I also know it was your mother

who put us in this situation

and now we are all looking

to you to bring things back

to normal.

I'm doing the best that I can.

I-- I have three interviews

lined up for tomorrow.

Well, let's hope one of them

works out.

Can I have some more bread?


Hey, Dad, sorry.

Oh, it's okay, Rach, um,

I'm all done.

You going to bed now?

Uh, yeah, I was just going

to brush my teeth first.

Well, get a good night's sleep

and good luck on the job hunt


Okay, thanks Dad.

Honey... I can't find them.

Oh, I found them,

I found them.

Hey, uh, you sure

you don't need a ride somewhere?

Oh, uh, no, I'm just gonna go

into town

and check out a few places.


-Good morning, Rachel.

Are you off too?


-Did you sleep okay?

Uh, yeah, I guess.

You guess?

Oh well, my closet door

wouldn't stay shut and--

and I heard some noises but it--

it's fine.

These old houses, you know,

sometimes they settle

and the door frames warp.

I'll look at it for you.

Oh, no, no. It's okay.

I'm fine, I promise.

-Okay... well, wish me luck.

-Good luck, honey.

- Yeah, you'll be great.




Well, I guess I'm gonna head out


-Well, be careful and good luck.

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