R | | Fantasy, Horror, Thriller
A young girl sent to live with her father and his new girlfriend believes that she has released creatures from a sealed ash pit in the basement of her new home.
Guy Pearce and Jim Dale worked together on the Aussie soap Neighbours back in the mid-eighties.
They don't like bright lights, you know, those things.
Kim ends up tangled in the ropes of the fairies and dragged down into the basement. This tragedy is a loose end. No police report is filed, no other characters are shown to react to this and the aftermath of this event is never built up on. This is because the creatures must take one life to replenish their numbers each time they come out. In the original movie, Kim is their target, to make her one of their own. The taking of Kim at the end of the movie and her speaking later on with the creatures implies that she was turned into one of them and is no longer human. This is idea is further encouraged by one of the creatures who seems to hold a resemblance to Blackwell who was also taken along with his son.
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