It just didn't... work. And so, so, so strange. I mean, at one point, the haunting is getting really terrible, all the rest of the family has been knocked down by an unseen force, the girl has been grabbed by the unseen force and is being dragged up the stairs, and then...
The next day they're trying to figure out how they can get rid of the entity.
Wait... what happened to the girl? Huh? Ummm... hey... you there... um... girl being dragged up the stairs? What happened to her? *bzuh?*
Yeah. There seemed to be parts left out. And if one of the AMAZING things about this is that it's the best-documented haunting in American history, then... could you please maybe talk about why that's so? Because I don't see anybody writing it down... unless it was the school teacher? And, um, if you think you have a demon in the house, then why isn't anybody calling in a minister?
So, it doesn't make sense in terms of logic. And when you do find out what caused the haunting (or might have), it's not a big surprise; and the little twist with what happens in the current time was just... I don't know. It left a bad taste in my mouth.
Now, on to mmore important matters! What, you ask, about D'Arcy? Well... he looks cute for brief moments in about two scenes, but in the rest he's not given much to do, and looks pretty wooden. So, a thumbs down there, too. Let's hope for better roles for him in the future.