As a young girl in the early 70's, I watched a scary movie several times that I would love to...
find again. The main character was a petite blond who went back to her ancestral home. As it ends up, her crazy sister lives in the attic. At the end of the movie, there is a fire that kills the crazy sister. Does anyone know what movie this was? Thanks.
The Shuttered Room (1967) starring Carol Lynley, Oliver Reed, Gig Young, Flora Robson / Synopsis: Another semi-successful attempt to adapt the works of H.P. Lovecraft to the screen, this is loosely based on the short story "The Shuttered Room". A newly married woman, accompanied by her husband, returns to her creepy old ancestral home located on an island in New England. They discover the dark secret hidden behind a heavily locked door in the attic~a door the fearful townsfolk declare "must never be opened". NOTE: Yes, it's her very mentally unbalanced sister.
Thank you! I can't wait to watch it again to see if it is still as scary from an "adult" perspective!
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