Divorced mum and her two young daughters move into a big old house that’s price is too good to be true. Soon strange things start to happen, and just what is that false wall doing there?
Secrets in the Walls doesn’t offer up anything new to the haunted house formula, and the premise bears a striking similarity to a Richard Matheson story, but it is effective at what it does. Standard haunted house rules apply, with creaks, a music box, a creepy grate, spooky drawings and boo-jump shocks via reflections and peek-a-boo dark c... read the rest.
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