This entire 90 minute film screams "cheap long commercial" for the haunted house featured so prominently in the film. It has a dishonest marketing gimmick of giving Corey Feldman top billing, although he is only in the movie for about 2 minutes. Smart way to try to sell a film, not a smart way of impressing viewers. The rest of the cast is amateur to its core. Lead June (Nicole Cinaglia) cannot hold the movie and her acting is stiff, unbelievable, and downright awful. However, the worst acting in the film is done by Kelly (Ashley Sumner), who appears to have only been in movies by this writer (not surprising). Her acting is awkward and uncomfortable to watch. Luckily, she is only in the film for about 5 minutes. The same is true for the sheriff (Faust Checho). This was a good choice. Kellen (Joe Raffa) is a believable bad guy, but his acting is also below average, likely because he took on too much by acting in and directing this film. I don't know why, as director, he decided to feature himself so much. It brought the film down. Based on the rough cuts between scenes, he also should have stayed away from editing. Chris (David J Bonner) is mediocre and forgettable. The only decent acting in the film is done by Brian Anthony Wilson and Davy Raphaely. In my opinion, they should have been given bigger roles in the film, and everyone else - we should have seen less of them (this includes Feldman). They would have accomplished more with hiring a better cast and crew, and not having Feldman. Regardless of the cast, perhaps a more seasoned cast still couldn't have saved this film. It is confusing, and the boring performances don't help you pay enough attention to watch what is happening. The script was far below average and, based on the level of profanity, I'd say it was written by someone in their teens. There are flat out incorrect uses of terms and words that make you laugh. There is too much going on to follow, and it seems like the writer tried to cram 20 bad movies into 1 very bad one. Finally, I wouldn't have classified this as a horror movie. The only "horror" scenes were clearly added after the fact on a very very cheap camera when the maker likely realized it didn't have enough gore to be sellable to its target audience. I wouldn't recommend this movie to anyone with half a brain who likes a good story OR who likes a good scare. On this budget, which is higher for "low budget films," they should have delivered on a lot more - even the cinematography, SFX, and sound mix screams amateur hour.