Texan farm owner David Straker (Michael Zagst) is on his deathbed, and his adult children, Louise (Marin Ireland) and Michael (Michael Abbot Jr.), return home to be with their father during his last days. They find their mother Virginia (Julie Oliver-Touchstone) behaving oddly as a reaction to her husband’s situation. The children soon find out that there might be some paranormal evil lurking around and about their childhood home, affecting their mother’s neurosis and their father’s soul – which will eventually affect them, too. Written and directed by Bryan Bertino.~Olivia Cantor
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Fantasia Q&A with Martin Ireland and Michael Abbott Jr.
Its hard to put your finger on what makes this movie so spooky, but there is just something about it that gets under your skin. Really a good horror movie and I'm glad I purchased it for future viewings.
This film offered some pretty effective chills that add for a good scary movie experience. Those who frequent these kinds of films won't find much they haven't really seen before, but still get a decent film. The acting and story carry well enough to creep you out in the runtime