Still grieving and unable to come to terms with the mysterious loss of her sister, Lydia returns home one night only to find out that the front door is unlocked and slightly open. As the terrified woman enters her home cautiously, everything seems to be in order, nevertheless, an ominous feeling that a pair of eyes is watching her every move, makes her skin crawl. Sometimes, the mind can play awful tricks on one when he is in the thick, black shadows, although, there is no need to worry; after all, the dead stay with the dead, right?Written by
(at around 9 mins) The oven clock shows 16:07, yet the event take place at night. See more »
If you are guided by its prizes, you could be not exactly satisfide. if you looking for a predictable story, it is a good choice. in same measure, if you looking for some hilling moments. because it is just a good horror. not remarkable but with few good points - camera , the young actress, the house who are pillars for a creepy story. if it is enough, it is difficult to say. because all is reduced at a balance between the few real good scenes and the impression after its end.
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