Alright, I don't know if I'd go as far as calling it a masterpiece, but I had to get your attention. It's definitely a damn fine film though. Not an overly scary film. It gives you a much more forboding feel. It's supernatural, while also being very realistic. The filmmakers build dread through imagery and sound. Not relying on any of the typical "boo!" moments of today's horror films. It's well written, wonderfully acted and beautifully photographed. I loved all the stop-motion and time-lapse photography, it was perfectly blended within the story's structure, not trying to be showy. I highly recommend this to any horror fan or any fan of good cinema. If anybody has seen it, I'd like to discuss some more spoilerish topics.