How many times can they hash out the same old tripe. I struggle to class this as a spoiler as...If you have ever seen a film where a family move into a detached old house with a cobwebbed filled attic/cellar, where the dog won't come in and the someone first catches a glimpse in the mirror, the father tries to rationalise when all his family are screaming monster in the cupboard/wardrobe/cellar/attic/under the bed...yada yada yada. well this is yet another one of those films, nothing to see here, move along. The only credit I can give to this unimaginative template of a horror film, just change character names and some dialogue..and bingo a new Hollywood horror film right out of the scripts of the seventies...anyway the credit, a sterling (if a bit stereotypical of the girl who sees the monster as her imaginary friend...yes it has that old chestnut too) performance from Mackenzie Foy, the little girl who seems to have 20 years acting experience over that of Ron Livingston who's about as wooden as an oak tree's morning glory.
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