The cast overacts and some of this dialogue draws the parallel between addiction and the supernatural elements in the film too direct to be believed. You basically spend the entire movie with the subtext being rundown your throat.
There’s a particular strong bit of “phantom” writing in red/blood early on that looks quite good, but that’s about as good as it gets. The effects do not stand out otherwise.
While I don't want to outright say that the movie is without redeeming value, you might find value in seeing what Richard Grieco has been up to (or the assorted other B listers whose faces on the cover).
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Ben and Linda Williams move their family to a new town and into a dream home as a last ditch effort to save their troubled marriage. Despite the good intentions, none of the family members can shake the feeling that something isn't quite right in their new home. Their unimaginable fears are realized when things inside the house take a supernatural and sinister turn. Ben and his family flee for their lives, but it's too late. An ancient evil traps the family in the house's ever-changing labyrinth. The Williams must come together as never before to fight for their family, their lives and to escape an evil more powerful and evil than they could ever imagine. Stellar performances by Richard Grieco (21 Jump Street), Bill Cobbs (A Night at the Museum), Aurora Perrineau (Jem and the Holograms, Equals), Eddie Steeples (My Name is Earl), Gerald Webb (Marvel's Agent Carter, Battle of Los Angeles), Melvin Gregg (vine celebrity 3.7 million followers) and Emmy winner Diahnna Nicole Baxter (Scandal, Trueblood) anchor the audience to their seats making them feel the family's terror.
Director/Producer/Cast Commentary Track, Behind the Scenes Footage, Interviews.