“You’re not leaving here. You stay, you satisfy the darkness.”
A low budget evil house story that is solid and fun.
It makes up for the things that don’t work (and there are definitely plenty of things that don’t work) with really creepy atmosphere, and by just going all out crazytown in the over-the-top third act.
I certainly have my complaints, but when a film can be effectively spooky, hilariously gross, and reorganize familiar elements in an interesting way, it’s usually worth the price of admission… especially when there is no price of admission.
Will I Ever Watch It Again? Probably not, but it was definitely worth the first viewing.