About the Film
Father James is a troubled Catholic priest who finds his faith crushed when a young girl, Claire, he promises to protect commits suicide. Months after Claire’s death, James is forced to return to his old parish and to the scene of her suicide, a derelict mansion house. Trapped in the house overnight, James is tormented by demons from his past - those that he has failed to care for in his role as an ambassador of God. With the house itself possessed, James becomes convinced that two dark figures haunting him are the ghosts of Claire and her dead Stepfather Tom, risen from the grave to seek a blood retribution for the awful tragedy that James allowed to take place. With others now at risk, James must find the strength to confront the demons outside and inside before sunrise, and prevent the death of another young girl who needs his help... or be damned forever.
This is a great British made thriller/horror with a twist - really enjoyed and thoroughly recommended.
I'm all for indie film, some of the most enjoyable films I've watched come proudly under the "indie" banner. But, and it's a big BUT, this movie is most certainly not amongst them. It's slow, disjointed, with utterly unconvincing characters, played by actors who's ability is questionable at best. Save yourself a few quid, and watch some paint dry, there will at least be more chance of entertainment in that.
The worst film so far this year, actors and actresses that can't act and I wouldn't watch it again completely waste of money