At the point when the Callahans go to the mountains for a late spring getaway, their quiet gets ready for the weekend are hindered by extraordinary spirits from the past. Mitch (Joseph Anthony Jette) and Christina (Elizabeth Purdy) manage their own evil presences as the their kids, Scott (NIck Wolf), Gavin (Sean Patrick Flaherty) and Sara (Melissa Selinas) reveal the paranormal world that encompasses their family’s summer home. The family should join to survive.
Ominous, coordinated by Justin Bergonzoni, is a straight forward, no nonsense frequented house/apparition story introduced in motion picture of-the-week design. The script by Sharry Flaherty and Ryan Neal McMackin is by the book, brimming with banalities and a based on well-worn phantom story gadgets. There’s just the same old thing new to the film. The characters have the standard realistic family issues and are common cleanser musical drama garbage or after-school uncommon relationship murmur drum dull drums. The make up impacts are well done and sufficiently spooky, however little is done to bring the most out of the visuals. The heading doesn’t help; actually, the film lurches; and, the acting is bleak, best case scenario. While the endeavors are straightforward and script never depends on modest rushes and dependably regards the story it needs to tell, the final results it too ease back and dull to prescribe.