Starring: Caity Lotz, Casper Van Dien, Agnes Bruckner, Mark Steger
Directed by: Nicholas McCarthy
The plot: Nicole wanders around her deceased mother's creepy house in Los Angeles. A nervous peek inside the closet that adjoins the lounge results in her disappearance. Soon after, her sister Annie enters the fray. Strange noises, flickering lights and an unexplained break-in lead to the realisation that something is terribly wrong in the house. So Annie asks local police detective Creek to investigate and he reveals a secret room, which sparks Annie's horrific memories of her childhood.
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"With its generally indifferent performances and lower-end production values, The Pact boasts no resonance or after-burn. But it does, in most respects, do the job, which is perhaps enough."
"It works hard, and the first half hour is textbook creepy, but the oldschool grab-bag of shocks struggles to jolt a dour script to life."
"No matter how effective, a string of creepy camera moves, slow-motion dream sequences and subtle hints of supernatural activity are not enough to sustain a full-length feature."