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The Tomatometer is 59% or lower.
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A middle-aged businessman packs up his family to explore the farm he has recently inherited, only to discover that old curses die hard in Aussie director Alex Frayne's stylish psychological drama. In the aftermath of an old man's mysterious death, suburban whit-collar worker John (Mark Constable) is informed that he has inherited his uncle's dank seaside farm. Though his emotionally distant spouse Emily (Victoria Hill and withdrawn son Edward (William Traegar) are initially informed that the trip with be an brief one, the grip of old ghosts soon begins to tighten when, upon returning to his spooky hometown, John comes face to face with his disturbed brother Daniel (Craig Behenna) for the first time in decades. Subsequently banishing his wife and child to a dingy nearby hotel as he locks himself in the family farmhouse and begins hearing mysterious voices on the radio, John becomes convinced that his uncle met with foul play and determines to sort out the mystery before venturing back into the outside world.