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Mr and Mrs plus their only child move out of the city to a big new house, well, not such a new house, and things start going wrong. Not that they'd been going right for some time, their marriage was if not on the rocks then in the doldrums, but what is happening now is very different. Is it the house, is it their daughter, is one or even both of them going mad? It doesn't take too long for the truth to come out, that it is the house, and that since 1957 there have been two horrendous tragedies there.
That's the plus side. Alas, dream sequences that are indistinguishable from real life scenes, a fairly dull script, and almost no action worthy of the name make this very low budget film a tepid offering. All that and not even a soundtrack. There must be better ways to spend a Sunday night, like watching paint dry.
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