Manages to be both very silly and highly forgettable. Only for those who collect killer-children films.
Roger MooreOrlando Sentinel
It's only a movie, and not a remotely effective one. And for Zellweger, whose "Miss Potter" and "Appaloosa" were barely seen, with "Leatherheads" and "New in Town" further deflating her A-list clout, that's the real shame here.
This ludicrous outing from helmer Christian Alvart ("Pandorum") and scribe Ray Wright ("The Crazies") takes its psycho-satanic babble much too seriously, and should elicit more laughs than frights.
Pam GradyBoxoffice Magazine
A mess of a horror movie that spent several years sitting on a shelf and should have remained there living up to its fullest potential as a dust magnet.
Director Christian Alvart ("Pandorum") is unable to invest much stylization into the proceedings, and Ray Wright's by-the-book screenplay only serves as a reminder of the innumerable demon-child movies that have preceded this one.
An aggressively inept demon-seed chiller starring a bunch of grown-ups who should've known better.
New York Post
This movie is so self- combustingly bad it could never be good. But it's damn great fun to watch the thing go up in flames anyway.