Imagine Pet Semetary, but where someone thought that replacing an American Indian burial ground with an Indian burial ground and you’re not far off. Lightweight, paranormal bunkum with nary an original thought to its name. Meh.
A mother agrees to live in her sister’s house while it sells following the death of her husband. However, during one of the open house visits, someone doesn’t leave… Which is what you’ll want to do when watching this. A bad and pointless film. Avoid.
This film is absolute crap in every possible way – made me want to set myself on fire. Watch it, if only for the novelty value of seeing what happens if a crazy-drunk conversation is taken seriously and made into a film. Sadly, it can not be unseen.
Complete and utter crap. Once great actors – now on borderline life support – meander through this total rubbish. I can only conclude that the director was owed many favours – or had in fact kidnapped family members. 2 painful hours of shite. Delete.
Dreary sequel-ish film. New family, same house, little horror. Jennifer Jason Leigh is watchable, but can’t save this garbage. Tries and fails to re-capture prior horror greatness with predictably stupid scenes. Did the studio win the franchise rights in a poker game? Awful shit.
This film makes no sense. It’s like a film made by people who had a film described to them, but have never actually seen one, and a script written by an alien AI who read a dictionary. Baffling how this was released in this shape. A true turd of a film.
A Special Boat Service operative races against time to prevent a terrorist attack. Utterly secondhand and dull thriller, lacking in decent action, watchable performances, or a script with an iota of originality. Astonishing this got a cinema release, when stronger fare goes straight to download/DVD.