The Exorcist director William Friedkin made a return to the horror genre with this blend of straightforward suspense and Druid myth-inspired horror-fantasy. The idyllic lives of yuppie couple Phil and Kate (Dwier Brown and Carey Lowell) seem complete when they select the winsome young Camilla (Jenny Seagrove) as a live-in nanny for their newborn child, but the lovely young Camilla -- whose natural sexuality begins to work its spell on Phil -- is not what she appears to be. This becomes shockingly apparent to the audience early in the story when she is set upon by a trio of rape-minded thugs who meet with a particularly nasty fate in the woods, but it seems to take the parents much longer to come to the same conclusion. In fact, the woods are the key to the entire equation, as Camilla is revealed to be a powerful forest entity from Druid mythology who intends to sacrifice her infant charge to a hideous tree-god. ~ Cavett Binion, Rovi
Sleeper Hit? Let's just say I've had this Queued in my number one slot for going on a year and it's finally going to become available on Block Buster Online. Hoorah!
This one goes down as one of the coolest movies in my collective memory that I saw when I was younger (around 15 ~ many years ago) and I have not seen it since but I want to show my support because I, to this day, remember it.
In short - Something to do with a family moving to a new home where weird things start happening and some freaky-horrific stuff goes down.
Fans of Steven King, Clive Barker, (and of movies like Withboard; Poltergeist; Warlock; Amityville Horror...) etc. will love this movie, and I'm not kidding.
I can't wait to see this again and I'm sure other's will agree, it's a pretty good story and movie that few have even heard of - So in that regard - My title is sure to live up to it's claim.