R | | Drama, Fantasy, Horror
After the death of her mother, a teenage girl is faced with bizarre supernatural occurrences when her mother's estranged sister arrives and begins to infiltrate her and her father's lives.
Leonard Maltin gave this a decent enough review (for a horror movie, which he usually slams). He said it "builds up to, and then backs away from, the lesbian and incestuous implications of its premise.". Maltin has a point, the movie may have been more shocking and devasting if it went full throttle in this direction, much like Paul Schrader's Cat People, or Edgar Allen Poe's Fall of the House of Usher, showing a shocking incest attack, stalking and then revenge, showing how this dynamic has a horrific effect on the family.
Fuck you, Felix!
When the burned priest's hand appears out of the lift, the mechanics of the hand device are clearly visible.