Despite there being a couple of decent performances, particularly from the leads (Chase Anderson and Mandi Kerr), there is some bad acting in this. It’s that awkward kind of bad acting, where it falls incredibly flat, and Kerr is definitely the most natural on screen. The biggest problem with the film is that there are several aspects to it that feel awkward and unnatural just like the acting; for example, a lot of the sound effects used for simple things like footsteps, creaking etc. sounded incredibly over-the-top and it gets more and more annoying as it goes on.
The film should at least be appreciated for its ambition despite its problems. For something that was on such a low budget, it at least had a good set going for it with the haunted house, which looked grimy and creaky as hell. If it had just been more creative with the writing and didn’t rely so much on clichés, it would have been easier to look past the other more technical issues with the film such as the sound design and lighting.