Wild Bunch, Copperheart Entertainment, Government of Ontario: Ontario Film and Television Tax Credit Program,

Abigail Breslin, Peter Outerbridge, Michelle Nolden, Stephen McHattie, Peter DaCunha, Samantha Weinstein, Eleanor Zichy, David Hewlett

Lisa (Abigail Breslin) is really unhappy. Her parents are never consistent, and they’re always talking about silly things that don’t make sense. But her inner sixth sense tells her that something really spooky is going on and she’s out to find out. A girl who she sometimes sees leads her to a hidden book under her floor where the answers about an evil serial killer who once lived in the house is still out to kill young girls and she is the only one who can stop it, if she can just get someone to believe her.

This is a really creepy horror film, made in Canada, and actually not bad at all. It’s a little hard to follow at times, and it does have some wicked twists and turns along the way, but it is scary, and very suspenseful, and very dark! Abigail does a fine job in the lead role here, and her parents are so creepy it’s unbelievable. It’s not “loud noise, jump out at you” scary, but the terror builds and builds little by little due to the decent story here, and not by simply cheap shots that is so common these days. This is a classic thriller horror film that really pleased me. This DVD was just released, and is also available via streaming, and if you’re a fan of horror films, then you probably won’t want to miss this one. It’s a unique story, and an interesting down the road of the supernatural like the horror stories of old.

EdG – EdsReview Dot Com – A Movie Review Blog



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