Report a comment as inappropriate

You are reporting the following comment by Tom Camfield on this page.

"I agree with FF; if a mysterious ghost has the power to throw a ball down the stairs, it's hardly unnerving when it magically moves a wheelchair, plus, if Scott is so convinced that the house isn't out to get him, why should we feel worried on his behalf? Add to this the terrible acting (this is hardly the Scott who was so convincing in Patton), hackneyed dialogue ("No-one's been able to live in it. It doesn't want people", to which Scott replies with a Roger Moore eyebrow raise) and bizarre reliance on reams of exposition to explain why the senator is related to the haunting, and it all seems pretty crummy. Not nearly as bad as Blood Feast though, so an extra star for that."

Please state your reason

Reason *
* mandatory fields