In a remote town in Ireland, eleven-year-old Niamh finds herself the sole survivor of a bloody massacre that killed her parents and younger brother. Suspecting a gang of homicidal vandals, ... See full summary »
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[being pursued by his possessed teenage sister he scrambles through a doggy door]
Please help me
[his family backs away as he drags Christopher outside]
I'm sorry there's nothing more we can do for you, you'll have to leave our house now
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It's quite rare I can't find anything at least partly entertaining from a horror movie, this one is one of the rare exceptions that confirms the rule. I've seen tons of "indie" horror movies that were made with only bits of the budget of that movie, that could at least make me feel entertained. Very disappointing.
The acting is painfully bad, the story doesn't tie together with it's holes filled plot, the image is grainy and poor and as if it wasn't enough, the CGIs are so lame it makes it that much more painful to watch. Even the few attempts at cheap scares don't even work! There are so many goofs that made it through the editing, I believe the poor soul that had to do it probably fell asleep.
I had a hard time staying awake as the whole movie was so boring.
Love yourselves and don't waste time watching this poor movie.
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