IMDb estimated they made this film for $100,000 and that is 2017 dollars. The production and acting is better than most films twice its budget, but that is not to say it is great, but it certainly had missed potential.
The Sutter house, said to be haunted, has taken a teen boy ( Gavin Roache). Lindy (Kelly Sullivan), the scared girlfriend and witness, is being held in custody by Sheriff Buford Talley (Peter Hooten) of Bixby, Florida. She calls her biker daddy Pike (Loren Blackwell) for help, a man who acts like Sam Elliot with the personality drained from him. Meanwhile a pair of soul eater hunters are in town to close a portal. This includes an ex-priest most likely defrocked because he speaks in pretend Latin and only knows a couple of lines from "Hail Mary." The film had camp potential, being a possible low budget "Return of the Living Dead." Instead it took itself seriously after a comic introduction of Sheriff Buford and went downhill.
On a side note, whenever I hear the name "Lindy" I always get an image of Tony Randall in my mind singing a cover version of "Lucky Lindy" not in anyway similar to the DVD cover image. The film is classified as "sci-fi" because we get to see a CG portal at the end. It is in fact horror.
Guide: No F-word (S-word, A-word, GD). No sex, nor nudity.