Charlotte accepts a job at a large country home to watch a couple's cat whilst they are away. However the Gothic old house may contain more than just a cat, as seemingly supernatural forces take hold of Charlotte's mind and body.
When Charlotte - a beautiful, broke student - is offered a job cat-sitting in a vast Georgian manor house over a long weekend, at £200 per night, she can't believe her luck, but her employers are far from being the harmless eccentrics that they appear to be.
The films lead character was named "Charlotte" in homage of the lady who owned and lived in the house for over 60 years. See more »
Oh God turn it off!
One of the worst films I've ever seen, if you can call it a "film". The acting is atrociousness and laughable and the dialogue even worse, the man at the start sounds like he usually works as a Frankenstein impersonator at parties and not as a paid actor.
The fact that they're allowed to put 5 star reviews on the DVD case (and more so someone actually gave it a 5 star review) is baffling. Also, there's an unusually high amount of nudity in this film, and the monster is very weird and the "scares" are disgusting if you've seen this.
1/10: Truly, truly a terrible film
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