In this overhyped, convoluted 'haunted house' movie, a family moves to the countryside in Spain (I think it's supposed to be Spain), into this old house with a strange history. The teenaged-daughter, Regina (Anna Paquin of XMEN) doesn't like the move one bit and is at odds with her mother. Her father, transferred there because of a teaching job, starts having these strange seizures, which put him in these weird fits of rage. When the young son starts having various bruises on him, it's assumed that the father is doing this, whether he knows it or not. The boy insists that it's the other children in his room, who don't like him and call him 'imposter'. The movie is also divided up by days of the week, which, in addition to the father going slowly insane, reminded me very much of Kubrick's version of THE SHINING.Forty-years before there was to be a sacrifice of seven children during an eclipse by a group of people who wanted to summon 'The Darkness' (the devil?)-and the killing of the seventh never happened because the parent couldn't go through with it. Now, that eclipse is happening again and the Darkness in the house wants the seventh sacrifice completed. It's no big surprise who that surviving seventh child is.This was the 'Unrated, extended' version (2005), which I found rather boring, so the extension wasn't a good thing.