A mother of two inherits a home from her aunt. On the first night in the new home she is confronted with murderous intruders and fights for her daughters’ lives. Sixteen years later the daughters reunite at the house, and that is when things get strange . . .
Ghostland looks good but spins its wheels a lot narratively, especially in the second half, when it collapses into a pile of cliches from which it never emerges. If only the storytellers had cared about substance as much as style ... It'll pass the time but you can easily find something better to consume.