One of those movies that has just enough going for it to really make you realize how awful it is.
First and foremost among its shortcomings is its plot line. Starts out at a snails pace, then abruptly splinters off into about 8 other developments. What is so frustrating is that all these plot points pull against each other. None of them are even close to explained, and instead of trying to have them pull in the same direction, each new 'twist' tries to upstage the last, resulting in a big fat jumble of convoluted and inexplicable mess.
The script is painful too. Both in its writing, and in its mannerisms. It clearly does not represent the way people act, speak or interact with each other. On top of the horrible script, the actors do absolutely nothing to help. Instead, they take bad material and drag it down to awful. Cameron Bright might as well be a cardboard box, as thats all he seems capable of playing. The score is underwhelming, and at times overpowering.
There are a few positives. The set design is very good. The building has far more presence than any of the actors and characters. There are a few decent creepy moments (the cement pouring scenes in particular), and Mischa Barton's hotness (although it can't overcome her awfulness as an actress). These positives though are overwhelmed and buried by the permeating suck-tasticness of everything else.