I was pretty skeptical about this movie mainly because everything I had heard about it was negative. I, however, like to give movies the benefit of the doubt. I was pleasantly surprised when I sat down and watched this film. In this case the saying "never judge a book by its cover" is very fitting. I won't go into details of the premise since you can read that in the description but for the most part the acting was pretty good. Michael Lands who played Joseph's brother was a little over-the-top at times but I think part of this problem might have come more from the script than the actor. The premise of the story is very intriguing and there were quite a few moments that had me unnerved. Anything involving demons is terrifying to me and this was no exception. I also liked that this film was subtle on effects and not ridden with over-the-top CGI or gore. It was more about the slow burn and characterization, kind of in the vein of such classics as The Omen and Rosemary's Baby. I'll take Supernatural/Psychological Horror over Slasher/gore any day. Is this a done deal? Definitely not, the film suffers from an uneven flow at times and the script could have used some fine-tuning. All quibbles aside, in my humble opinion this was not a terrible film. Definitely worth a rental, at least, but for how cheap the retail price is you could waste your hard-earned cash on a lot worse. Recommended!