Where many contemporary horror films rely on special effects at the expense of character development, this fright flick explores its characters' deep-rooted psychological fears. Unfortunately, its excessive artiness undermines the laudable effort to make character more important than blood and guts. Coddled by her trust fund, socialite Norah (Alison Elliott) and her enabling husband, Jim (Jared Harris), drift through life in an alcoholic haze. With their small son, Jim Jr. (Jeffrey Goldschrafe), in tow, Norah heads for her Irish country homestead in hopes of starting a new, sober life. But instead of bucolic peacefulness, Norah finds bickering relatives Uncle Bill (...