This visually arresting chiller concerns a group of runaway teens that escape from a drug rehab and encounter demonic forces in a rural farmhouse.
Thanks to all those that brought this one to the mule.
"Director Dante Tomaselli has intentionally written a confusing script in an attempt to create an eerie charm for his horror movie. It works, but the circular story is also its own worst enemy as it takes too much brain power to stay involved. The characters are quickly sketched out and are hardly worth rooting for as they pass through an increasingly bizarre -- and absurd -- situation in a rural farmhouse. Even Grace (Lizzy Mahon), the troubled young woman who just wants to be normal, is too flawed to be a suitable protagonist. The visuals are superb, particularly for the reported $200,000 budget, and the creepy atmosphere is intact in each frame, but The Amazing Kreskin's mentalist routines, shot live using the film's actors as his subjects, seem out of place. And they're not scary, although they are undeniably fascinating. Horror isn't horrible, but it's too smart for its own good. See the DVD link for a clue as to how to enjoy Horror to the fullest. "
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