Becca leaves her significant other, taking her young daughter with her. Later, when she's with her new boyfriend and her daughter is left alone in the trailer--the daughter sees a weird humanoid shape come out of the ground--and the creature comes inside. The mother notices she's gone and calls the police. The cops think the girl ran away. Desperate to find her child, she returns to the compound she fled--where Dale, her father lives.
Next, we see a crowd of people in front of the town's police station. They are parents--and their kids have vanished as well. An old religious man tells her that her daughter was "chosen by God" to be taken. Soon, all the children return from the desert and they are a bit different. In fact, her daughter's tongue has been cut out. They take her home but she's acting weird and draws the word "Adramelech" on a wall with her own bloody fingernails. And she levitates. The usual possession fiasco.
Although there are several great visuals, mostly which involve dream sequences, there's nothing unique or all that interesting about this devil-oriented movie.