Dennis Bishop gets a promotion that means he'll have to move to Taiwan with his wife and two adolescent daughters. The job comes with a company house: a beautiful, isolated mansion on a hill. His wife, Candace, gets a bad feeling about the place right away. But after a futile search for something better, the foursome ends up moving to this lovely, but unsettling, house. Soon, the family has a run-in with a dangerous spider. When the rainy season comes, the house leaks and makes it impossible to turn the lights on and off without getting an electrical shock. These natural troubles, however, are nothing compared to the supernatural ones that plague the family. The front door opens and closes by itself. Whispers are heard when no one else is about. Finally, a Taoist priest visits and informs the family that the house is infested with what the Chinese call "hungry ghosts" and that whoever built it wanted to terrorize its occupants. Written by
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When the Thai guy and the one daughters boyfriend are dropping her off, they are driving in a 1986-1987 Oldsmobile Delta 88 when they are pulling into the property. When they are leaving the property, they are driving in a 1995-1996 Buick Century. Both cars are white. See more