An ex-drug addict falls prey to the malevolent ghosts of her past after getting married and moving into her family's secluded farmhouse in the countryside in this supernatural shocker from Eduardo Sanchez, co-director of the seminal '90s horror film The Blair Witch Project . Having recently conquered her heroin addiction, pretty and strong-willed Molly (Gretchen Lodge) marries hardworking truck driver Tim (Johnny Lewis). They start a new life together in the home Molly grew up in, and everything seems idyllic until strange sounds begin emanating from deep in the house and something starts to set off their high-tech alarm system. When Tim later departs for an extended road trip, Molly begins to rapidly deteriorate, frightening her sister and raising serious concerns from her boss. Though suspicions of a relapse into drug abuse soon surface, the reality of Molly's situation is much more terrifying. An unimaginable evil dwells in Molly's home, and it won't stop until she submits to it completely. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Horrible movie. Not scary at all and there was no payoff. Was it all in her head or not??? What was with the horses? Who was the woman the husband was cheating with? This movie made no sense and in the end NOTHING was explained. What a complete waste of time.
What a stinker! even in fast motion this film was slow and un-interesting. Poor directing, script and acting with no thrills or suspense. The cover art is the best thing I can say about this film. I knew I was in for trouble when in the very first half of the film a policeman enters the home of a young couple who's home alarm has gone off in the middle of the night -- the couple says that the back door is open and the cop then asks, "Where's your back door"? talk about bad dialogue! and it's down hill from there. Pass on this turkey!
My Grade: F
Marc L Seattle, WA