Plot: After her son dies in a tragic car accident, Maria is consumed with guilt after failing to save him. She decides to go to a Hindu temple where people can communicate with the dead so that she can say goodbye one last time. There is a door that seperates her from her son and she’s not allowed to open it. Not able to deal with her grief she opens the door. Her son returns home and haunts his family.
Director: Johannes Roberts
Starring: Sarah Wayne Callies, Jeremy Sisto, Sofia Rosinsky and Javier Botet.
I wasn’t that keen on the trailer, it didn’t look that interesting but I thought I’d give it a go but now I wished I hadn’t. I’m a huge fan of horror films but when I watch boring ones like this it really puts me off them. The story just wasn’t strong enough. Not much really happened and I wasn’t scared once. Nor did I jump at any point in the film.
I like Sarah Wayne Callies, she’s in a lot of TV shows and I first saw her in Prison Break, I feel like she always plays the same character though. Her character in this reminded me a lot of her character in The Walking Dead. I want to see her in a completely different role. As for the rest of the cast, I don’t really know them.
There’s just no anticipation, no mystery, nothing really. The film was very flat and I wouldn’t recomend it. It’s films like this that give the horror genre a bad name. I think the ending was the best part because it ended on a cliffhanger.