Starring: Barbara Crampton, Lisa Marie, Larry Fessenden, Andrew Sensenig, Monte Markham
Director: Ted Geoghegan
A couple move into a old, rural house in order to cope with their son's death. They soon realize something is in the house with them. The mother thinks it is the spirit of her son, but in reality it is much worse.
A methodically paced movie which creates a fantastic atmosphere. The story is nicely disguised as a haunted house movie but really there's a lot more depth and misdirection as why the house is haunted. Fantastic performances too. It's great to see Barbara Crampton returning to horror the last couple of years. One of my favorite flicks of the year.
Rating: So Good
Watched: Netflix DVD
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