This film came as a pleasant surprise for me. I don't know what possessed me to buy it but I'm glad I did. Nora (Elliot) and Jim (Harris) are an alcoholic couple. They decide to visit, with their 8 year old son, the house where Nora grew up. Nora's uncle has told her that her grandmother is ill. Things go from bad to worse and they end up at the deserted manor without a means of escape. Before very long Nora's uncle (Walken) shows Nora a the mummified remains of a corpse he claims is a 2,000 year old druid witch. The main irritant for me was the slow start. Once it gets going it becomes very watchable. There is some gore but it restricted to what is needed to tell the story (thankfully). The second half of the film feels more like a thriller than a horror. Elliot does well playing the roles of both Nora and the witch. To summarise -- it's a very entertaining film but you have to persevere at the beginning.