I dont even want to take the time to review this one. Here is a breakdown of my viewing experience:
10:00 - The first jump scares begin. Movie loses integrity.
20:00 - The dialogue and characters have already become intolerable. I am already divested from the film.
40:00 - I officially want to just turn it off and cut my losses, which I never do.
1:00:00 - I stop eating sunflower seeds. Sleep is inevitable.
1:13:00 - I wake up and theres some sort of exorcism happening. The wife is asleep, the dog is running in circles barking at the ceiling, so I turn it off and call it a night. Care-o-meter rating on missing the ending: -12.64/100.
I cant believe this film was released in theaters, it should hardly have been given DVD treatment. The only successful scares are completely computerized and directly rip-off the styles of the Asian ghost films and Stir of Echoes; everything other attempt is a cheap startle moment with no suspense or impact. What is probably worst, though, is the awful writing. Example: The chick just randomly shows up at her father's job. Hes in a business meeting with top execs. He excuses himself: "Hey, Honey!" "Do I have a twin?" "Yes." "I that why mom went crazy?" "It was a long time ago, he died in utero." Sure, that may be paraphrased, but it is also 90% accurate. The father doesnt excuse himself from the meeting, doesnt say "Can we talk about this later?" Doesnt ever ask how she found out or why she wants to know.. The script entirely lacks cohesion and is nonsensical, only made worse by the shit-ass acting of a few made-for-TV teens. I cant stress enough the importance of missing this film, do NOT allow the distributors and filmmakers to profit off of garbage like this and avoid at all costs!