Effectively subtle horror film, but while it is competently directed, acted, and written, the slow pace / low action Victorian Connecticut setting may not work for all horror fans. Most of the deaths that result from the mischievous twins are either implied or bloodless, leaving most of the scares up to suspense and anticipation. The foreshadowing is so blatantly obvious there is no suspenseful climax, but it still offers an Omen-esque build and a decent finale. A psychic boy and his mischievous twin become suspect when a series of 'accidents' plague a small rural community. Fans of classic horror will probably take more away from this than gorehounds.