The Attic Reviews
First of all, the begging scene is just about the most suspenseful in the movie. Other then that, the acting is nothing special, the scenes are hardly scary, the characters are unlikeable, the plot is full of holes, and the situation is not captivating. And the "scariest" thing about this movie is the fact that you have just wasted your time and money to rent/buy this movie.
All the other reviews do a good job warning to forego this cinematic enema. I find it hard to believe that anyone thought this was a good idea EXCEPT for the writer, who play the autistic dude in the movie... I bet his parents ponied up the money for the house and for Catherine Mary Stewart ( why have you foresaken me oh Last Starfighter?) and the dude that played Samantha's man toy on Sex in the City to appear (yes, they don't even act, they are just in the movie.)
The real acting is left to John Savage and Elizabeth Moss. Apparently, they earnestly believe this was MacBeth (what was with the kiss?) and gave it their all, but their all was nothing more than scenery chewing and yelling the F-bomb enough times for an R rating.
My family will pay for picking this up and then insisting I watch...