No, it will not make history in cinema or anything even close to that. It is just a plain horror flick, but it shows something I have mentioned before: even for crappy things and/or guilty pleasures, the british take the lead many, many times. I would say that Spirit Trap DOES work as a guilty pleasure. Just get in bed, get some comfort food and watch. P.S. What happened to the 2005 project of making Luke Mably a Star? I remember he was everywhere back then when he did that terrible film with the also terrible Julia Stiles. He should fire his agent, because when an actor can shine in a film like Spirit Trap, we are talking Movie Star. He fits perfectly in shoes the size of Jude Law's and Matthew Goode's; no doubt.