After their wedding, Molly and Tim (Lodge and Lewis) move into her creaky old family home. Her parents have died in a car crash, and Molly is clearly still unnerved, hearing loud noises in the basement and having bizarre dreams.
Combined with Tim being away for work, this strains their young marriage.
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Newlyweds Molly and Tim move into the old house of Molly's father to the deep unease of her sister Hannah who believes they should have sold the place when he passed away. A dark and malevolent force starts to terrorise the highly disturbed Molly who believes it's the spirit of her abusive father in the house trying to hurt her. Tim is less convinced to begin with and becomes concerned for his increasingly unhinged wife. As the terrifying disturbances in the house escalate, Hannah tells Molly that they have to leave the house.
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