To be honest, I wasn't really sure what to expect from this flick but since it was available on Netflix, I thought I might as wel check it out. Well, even though I didn't have such huge expectations, the damned thing still turned out to be seriously disappointing, First of all, I always hate it when, in a horror movie, even though they are dealing with a mental patient, there is no psychology whatsoever but some boring paranormal nonsense. Fortunately, there was a twist at the end which slightly recovered the damage but it was still really poorly handled. For example, all the scenes involing Elizabeth Banks should have been much more ambiguous. Instead, they gave us the good old trick it never happened like this, it happened like that only in her head' which is such a lame and lazy gimmick. Another thing that slightly bothered me why would they cast Emily Browning and Arielle Kebbel to play some sisters when they didn't look like each other at all. In fact, they could have cast Mandy Moore instead Browning since she looked some similar to Kebbel. Eventually, what pissed me off the most about this movie was that it pretty much ruined 'A Tale of Two Sisters' which sounded like a really solid Asian horror flick. Hopefully, I will forget about this lousy remake before I ever watch the original version. To conclude., I think I was actually rather generous with my rating here, I really didn't like the damned thing and I don't think it is really worth a look.