Didn't see a thread on this one, but it has many common words in the title, so maybe I missed it. I just watched this excellent made-for-TV film for the first time and had to know what the other forum members thought of it. I first heard about it on an old episode of the Killer POV podcast where the hosts were talking about the scariest films they had seen. I can understand that assessment of the film, especially seeing as the host watched it as a child. The story focuses on a family grieving after the loss of their eldest daughter. The family (featuring horror vets Dennis "Duel" Weaver, Ruth "Rosemary's Baby" Gordon, and Oliver "Poltergeist" Robins) moves into a new house and the youngest daughter begins to have visions of her dead sister. Is she seeing an apparition or is her mind trying to cope with the death of her beloved sibling? This was one intense movie. Being made-for-TV, there was no gore, but there were many shocking moments. It is a surprisingly dark film. This family has been through hell when the story begins and things just get worse for them. As the body count rises in surprising ways, you see the characters actually dealing with death, something that many genre films brush past to get to the next set-piece. This movie understands that treating the drama of the story seriously is the way to go and allows the surviving characters time to grieve and see how these further losses affect the family (some turn to alcohol, some just want to give up on life altogether). The filmmakers are also not content just letting the movie be one thing. They save some great surprises for the finale which make you reinterpret what you are seeing from a character motivation standpoint and even what subgenre of film you are watching. Unfortunately, this movie is very hard to find. It was never released on DVD, but luckily I was able to head over to Seattle's Scarecrow Video and rent the VHS. I hope that one day a company such as Scream Factory can save this movie from obscurity and preserve it on a digital format. I'd buy it in a heartbeat.