A young couple move into an old house in a town with a dark secret. Their friends come to visit and stumble upon a gravestone in the woods. The husband and friends go into the woods in search of an abandoned prison, while the pregnant wife goes off on a drive. There are ghosts, demons, demented hillbillies, and evil rites. No one has any real motivation for anything they do, none of the characters are remotely engaging, and every scare is predictable.
Could it have been a good movie? Probably. The production values aren’t great, but that doesn’t mean that a movie can’t be a success–I’ve seen plenty of horror movies with cheap effects that managed to be a good scare. What undermines this movie the most, besides its general incoherence, is the characters. If the viewer doesn’t care about the characters, then the viewer can’t be scared on their behalf. (This doesn’t mean that the viewer has to necessarily like the characters; we can still be scared for them if they engage is.)