1973 Suspense/Horror Not Rated 74 Minutes
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An old house…a mysterious locked room… a terrifying secret. Elements that make a horror movie memorably chilling get a taut, spooky reworking in Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark. Kim Darby (True Grit) and Jim Hutton (The Green Berets) star as Sally and Alex, young marrieds who inherit a crumbling mansion. Despite warnings to leave well enough alone in her new home, Sally unlocks the mysterious room, opens a bricked-up fireplace – and unleashes a horde of hideous, whispering, murdering mini-demons only she can see and hear. Alex thinks she’s imagining things. We know she isn’t. And we know Sally should be very, very afraid of the dark!