Seven Days to Live
Seven Days to Live ★★½ 2001 (R)
Ellen (Plummer) and her hubby Martin Shaw (Pertwee) move to a remote country house to recover from the death of their son. Of course, the house just happens to be built over a graveyard and Ellen is haunted by warnings that she has only, well, the title tells it all. Quite creepy. 96m/C VHS, DVD . Amanda Plummer, Sean Pertwee, Nick Brimble, Gina Bellman; D: Sebastian Niemann.
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