After losing their mother and father in a tragic accident, teenager Abby Snow (Hinson) and her younger brother Ethan (Coleman) find a new home with Eve (Harmon) and Raymond Goode (Gretsch). Moving into their adoptive parents' remote mansion, however, the siblings come to the shocking realisation that the Goodes are not exactly what they seem, and the Snows' dream of love and security turns into a living nightmare of cruelty, hate and terror.
So-so suspense thriller
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Not great, not bad. Seen better, seen worse. In other words, a fairly average thriller! Can't really say much about the plot without giving it away, but the script is fair, as is the acting. There are a few bits that made us squirm and it is a bit uncomfortable to watch in places as mental illness is an underlying theme throughout the film.