A band of paranormal investigators goes to check out a haunted house out in the middle of nowhere. They set up camp in the house, and the next morning, our merry band goes out to get breakfast, leaving one of the crew behind, as she's sleeping in late. Sleeping Beauty wakes up to find the others gone, and she begins reviewing photographs that the group took the day before. She sees something of interest, and phones the others.
The others leave the restaurant and go back to the haunted house, and Sleeping Beauty is gone without a trace. No one can find her, and all of her belongings are still there. The group's reaction? "Oh, she just went off somewhere to be alone."
Went off somewhere to be alone? She was already alone; the group had left her behind when they went into town for breakfast. She was already as alone as alone can be. She calls the group to come back to the house, specifically because she urgently wants to show them something... and they conclude that she just went off to be alone instead of being there, waiting to show them the things that she had told them about.
The entire day goes by without a trace of Sleeping Beauty, and no one seems to be too concerned. One of the group goes to take a hot bath... in the haunted house... where one member of the group had already disappeared without a trace. Unfortunately, this kind of sheer idiocy has become all too common in horror movies these days.
This movie is just stupid piled upon stupid. The acting is terrible. The story and script are imbecilic, and the actions of the characters are beyond inane. Everyone acts like they've booked a suite of rooms at the local Ramada Inn, instead of being in a haunted house.
Do yourself a favor, watch something else... anything else. Watch grass grow. Watch your dog take a dump on the grass as it grows. Watch paint dry. Watch a cut scab over. Any or all of those things would be preferable to watching this movie. It's very much like the film makers watched a bunch of horror movies, and then said, "Hey! Let's do that! And that! And that and that and that!". There is absolutely nothing original about this movie; it just checks some boxes, and doesn't even do that very well.