A family moves in to look after the Winchester mansion for a few months, and soon find themselves terrorized by vengeful spirits. With the help of a paranormal investigator they'll unravel the mystery of the house.
Based on a true story, an aspiring New York City sportscaster's life is on the slow track until he serendipitously gets the old cell phone number of a basketball superstar. Will the number ... See full summary »
A NYC family is stuck in the hamster wheel of money and spending and position. When the mom, Cecile, loses a baby, the family decides to simplify their lives and move to the country. The house they choose slowly lets it be known that it has chosen them as well and the mystery and connection unfolds in a terrifying and tragic reveal. Written by
I was not expecting much from this movie but still I ended up feeling extremely disappointed with this. The acting was awful & Eric Roberts seemed to think he did not need to act in this & just cruised through it without effort. Roberts can put in a great performance when he wants to I was sad watching him in this. The story seemed to just drag & I could not wait for it to end & in fact I fell asleep with boredom towards the final chapter. The child actor was not convincing at all. Roberts co-star Deborah Twiss upped the pace as her acting was up a league from the rest of the cast. Lastly I ended up in the dog house with my girl for making her sit through this abysmal movie. Not frightening at all. Plot 2 Acting 2 Fright factor 0
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