Pure thrills are very few and incredibly far between in this horror flick. To save their daughter (Kristen Stewart) from drugs, alcohol and irresponsibility, two parents move the family to a middle-of-nowhere dilapidated farmhouse. There, Dad (Dylan McDermott) plays farmer with his sunflower crop while Mom (Penelope Ann Miller) plays Little Miss Homemaker while burping dumb one-liners uncontrollably. When the delinquent daughter insists that their home sweet home is haunted by rotting corpses, Mommy and Daddy turn a blind eye. To compound the inanity, writer Mark Wheaton blindsides viewers with an unnecessary twist involving an unrecognizable John Corbett as a hired hand turned homicidal maniac. Some of the scare tactics are effective, with a combination of creepy walking dead people and music exploding without warning. However, the extremely bland and painfully trite screenplay is the most frightening aspect of this film.