|Starring:||Patrick Bergin, Shane Connaughton, Louise Osbourne, Alan Devine|
|Studio:||FINAL CUT ENTERTAINMENT|
|Run time:||1 hour 26 minutes|
|Rental release:||28 Sep 2009|
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okBy redgymshoes (274 reviews) from Boldon Colliery , 01 Oct 2009
[Highly rated reviewer]this was ok not very exceting at all could have been better dont bother
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Fair stab at a ghost story...By monkeybum (105 reviews) from Darkest Devon, England , 25 Jun 2013Some interesting ideas, a mixed bag on the acting front, a few good effects and some terrible continuity clangers. Done on a budget and it shows... but a fair stab at a vengeful-ghost tale... worth a look, but not great!
zzz zzBy mariebelfast (3 reviews) , 09 Feb 2013Boring and predictable from the get go! Was expecting to be at least a little frightened biggest fear was that i could have spent £10 plus in a shop for this drivel!!
InterestingBy Aggie from Coventry , 23 Nov 2011I don't think this film is anywhere nearly as bad as other people are writing on their reviews. True, it's a little slow but on the other hand, the whole point is to create tension which it does. There's a very creepy twist at the end which is worth waiting for. Patrick Bergin as the priest was fabulous.
Absolute Rubbish!!By Angel222 (6 reviews) from Hampton , 23 Jul 2011Absolute rubbish! I was really looking forward to a spooky evening and was sooo disappointed in this film. The lead actor must be straight out of acting school and I just could not connect. The fake american accents of the support cast who were clearly Irish was unbelievable... literally.....
Cure for insomniaBy Griff993 (33 reviews) from Nottingham , 27 May 2010Pants but it helped me fall asleep. Slow to start and doesnt get any faster, only watch it if you have nothing better to do.