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  • Charlotte Owen

    Day 04- Favourite horror film- I hate horror films but I have put this as it is one of the few scary films I have enjoyed!

  • Silvia Hurtado

    One of my Favorite Horror movies.

  • Marcie Orcutt

    This is my No. 1 FAVORITE movie! ...Movie Theater Coupons – Find Movie Coupons & Discounts » The Others

  • Emma Lewis

    The Others starring Nicole Kidman is an excellent ghost story.

  • Orquidia Reyes Ch

    Los otros (2001) The Others (original title) A woman who lives in a darkened old house with her two photosensitive children becomes convinced that her family home is haunted. Director: Alejandro Amenábar Writer: Alejandro Amenábar Stars: Nicole Kidman, Christopher Eccleston and Fionnula Flanagan

  • Diana L Denney

    such a great Halloween movie!

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