You have to accept quite a mixture of supernatural and also biblical ideas in order to be able to go along with the movie. If your mind gets triggered every time a ghost-like entity takes some action on screen then you will most likely not be happy here, I can recommend 'tabula rasa' for you, it's also not a shining monument of a TV-series, but it is better than Chambers.
Ok, let's say we go along with all the new-age philosophy of the series. Is it then good?
The first 5 episodes bored me a bit, not because there is nothing happening, but because they re-use a lot of clichés from other horror movies. The series looks like something we have seen again and again.
But this changes by the end of episode 5, where a normal horror movie would have simply put a stop. It then develops more into a thriller. A good one, for a while. But episodes 9 and especially 10 were a total let-down.
The start of episode 10 is badly executed - it is something I have waited for the whole time to see, a stand-off between two characters and it is done in the most uninspired way I could imagine.
The end resolves the main plot and leaves a number of cliffhangers, just to be able to make a second series.
One more thing that bothers me a bit is that the series wants to be for teens, twens and older people as well - which would be ok, but it tries to deliver something for every age group and that just leads to a number of scenes where I feel embarrassed by watching them.
- bad: new-age spirtual nonsens
- very bad: beginning of episode 10
- bad: most likely should have been a pure teen-series, but tries to be more
- very good: how it all changed in episode 5
- good: acting
- good: one doesn't know which character is good/bad for a long time
So all in all I give it 6 stars, just to be fair, but it has a strong tendency towards 5.