SPOILER WARNING: THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS
This is the story of a family of ghosts. They can't leave their house, because they're ghosts. The daughter in the family somehow becomes aware of the surreal nature of their existence (they just keep repeating the same day over and over), and has to find out why they're so stuck and solve the problem. Hauntings ensue.
This is a fun and interesting story, as the layers peel back and answers slowly emerge. I'm not sure it all wraps up with complete logic, but since I saw Shallow Ground the day before, this feels like a masterpiece. It's not my favorite movie ever, but I like mysteries, and I like ghost stories, so why not to enjoy?
Overall, this has a rather murky body count, maybe 15 or 20? They're all ghosts, so they died sometime! And I shall award it 4 out of 5 Surprising Cigarettes
My drawing for this movie is simply the furnace door that appears prominently a couple of times (done without reference while on an airplane, so don't blame me if I have no idea what bolts and hinges were actually on it):