Darkness (2004)
A family (Lena Olin as the mom, Iain Glen as the dad, and Anna Paquin as the daughter) moves to the country, only to discover that the house they've moved into has a, um, dark history that threatens them.
Genre: Horror,Mystery,Thriller
Director: Jaume Balaguero
Release Date: December 25, 2004
Producers: Julio Fernandez,Brian Yuzna
Actors: Anna Paquin,Lena Olin,Iain Glen,Giancarlo Giannini,Fele Martínez,Stephan Enquist,Fermí Reixach,Francesc Pagés,Craig Stevenson,Paula Fernández,Gemma Lozano,Xavier Allepuz,Joseph Roberts,Marc Ferrando,Josh Gaeta,Mattew Dixon,Carlos Castañón
             
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