A young couple (Paula Ficara, Stephen Wastell) moves into a section of Hollywood where an old silent movie studio used to stand. They soon meet their neighbors, who are all very helpful. Too helpful. The longer they stay in the house the more they encounter the ghosts that remain. The guy, a screenwriter, is eventually seduced by its power and is willing to sacrifice his relationship in order to become a successful Hollywood scriptwriter. The acting between the two leads is leaden and lacks any sense of chemistry-you never for a moment believe these two are in a relationship, which tends to weaken the plot as their deterioration of that relationship is the main theme of the movie. It's also heavily influenced by two horror films, THE SHINING (with Jack Torrance remaining behind) and BURNT OFFERINGS (where the house basically consumes its occupants and makes them a part of its history).The movie is worth seeing, though, just to see the special effects. For computer digital effects they are very subtle and appropriate to the story.From Stefan Avalos, who previously did the over-rated THE LAST BROADCAST.