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on May 1, 2013
I am a big horror fan and found this very enjoyable. Supposedly based on true events,but make of that what you will.
It starts off with a woman about to smash a box with a hammer,she's atacked be an unseen force and is thrown around.
Then the main story kicks in,as two girls spend time with their father (recently seperated from his wife),Emily finds an antique box at a yard sale and soon becomes obsessed with it.
Her behaviour becomes increasingly odd after she has trouble getting into the box,but finally opens it. In it she finds a dead moth and a ring which she slips on her finger,a ring that is clearly not wise to wear.
Soon moths becomes very much a part of the story,making their presence known.
As things get more and more sinister,it soon becmes clear...the box shouldn't have been opened! Too late!

This didn't disappoint,it may not be fantastic or highly original,but it works fine as a supernatural horror,one i think most horror fans will enjoy.
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