A catholic priest (Father James), implicated in the deaths of two of his parishioners, returns to his old parish after an unexplained absence and is soon embroiled in a battle with creatures from beyond the grave as they seek revenge for his supposed sins. Locked in a derelict mansion house by the spirits of those he should have saved, with no hope of rescue or salvation, James must face his demons in order save his flock... and his eternal soul.
I got this because I had not heard of it before and I was sold it by the synopsis. You expect a 94 minute movie to hook you within its 30 minutes or its in trouble. After 20 odd minutes of watching and listening to the lead character repeatedly wallowing in his own self pity in a feeble scripted averagely acted manner, I could take no more and hit the off button.
The cover above advertises the movies saying "Some sins can never be forgiven." I can't argue with that where this movie is concerned.