Though not without a certain amount of visual flair, this low-budget indie spooker suffers from inconsistent tone, poor performances, and a time-warp plot that only gets more rather than less confusing as the film goes on.
Auto mechanic Nick Hanson (Eric Woster) and his young daughter Amy (Tiffany Ballenger) move into a house that has been unoccupied since 1956, when the Langley family was murdered by an assailant who disappeared mysteriously. Nick becomes attracted to social worker Lana Hawkins (Dedee Pfeiffer),
who has been assigned to investigate Amy's rebellious behavior. Nick starts to notice odd things about the house, like a horned human skull buried in t...