2 October 2013 11:08 AM, PDT | Pop2it | See recent Pop2it news »

Beware the horror movie that lists its "special effects" team too high in the credits. It's a dead giveaway: "This is what we spent our money on" and "This is what we're proudest of."

But hats off to Spectral Motion and effects maestro Mike Elizalde. The ghosts in "Nothing Left to Fear" are the only things to fear in this pedestrian spook fest.

They could have pitched this as a reunion of the on-and-off-screen paramours of the late TV show "Men in Trees" -- Anne Heche and James Tupper. But who remembers that?

They play a preacher and his wife who move their family -- two sassy, profane daughters, Becky and Mary (Rebekah Brandes and Jennifer Stone) and a younger son (Carter Cabassa) -- to Small Town, U.S.A., for a fresh start. Preacher Dan (Tupper) was recruited by Preacher Kingsman (Clancy Brown) to take over his flock upon retirement. »

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