Okay, I figure most people are going to recognize by the genre and title of this film that it is not a family movie. There are a few scenes in the film in which normal things happen like a young woman waiting to hear about a promotion she might get at work; the young woman giving a gift to her boyfriend, and this same young woman meeting her boyfriend’s parents. However, there are a lot of scenes which are not normal, such as a corpse spitting out fluid into a woman’s mouth; an old woman hiding in the back of a character’s car and trying to kill her; a young woman digging up a grave by herself late at night in the cemetery, a séance being held, blood splattering a woman’s supervisor as it pours out of her nose and so forth. This movie is heavy with the occult as a woman seeks both a psychic and a medium to help her once she is placed under a curse. It also features the sacrifice of a cat to appease a certain spirit.
We can only hope that the director, Sam Raimi, will get busy soon on “Spider-man 4”. We are unable to award our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal to this film.