Claire Holloway is a young, sophisticated author of a series of successful children's books. Her personal life, however is far from a storybook tale. Visions of violence and death haunt her. In hopes of clearing her mind, Claire heeds her doctor's advice to take a sabbatical. She decides to stay at the Rose Marsh Farmhouse in the countryside, which looks suspiciously like the house she sees in her nightmares. Almost immediately, Claire is jarred by a series of escalating and unexplained happenings. She is plunged into a frightening world controlled by the ghost of a ten-year-old girl - the very girl that Claire has seen in her dreams many nights before. In her search for clarity, Claire is joined by Noah Pitney (Justin Louis), a charming and handsome publisher of the small town newspaper and by Hunt (Forest Whitaker) a paranormal consultant. Together, Claire and Hunt attempt to unravel the village's dark secret and to put an end to her sleepless nights.
Horror is not really my thing, I wanted really to see Whitaker who was of course superb and is enough alone to recommend this film. The clichéd sound effects however reminded me why I find horror such a poor genre.