The film was successful in keeping viewers on the edge of the seats and the suspense element was truly present. However, in a way it frustrates the viewer as there were no clear-cut clues given, save for the antique-looking knife and the 2 teddy bears found in secret hiding places. While the pandora box effect was clearly there, the plot seems hollow because it seems the brains behind the film focused way too much on scaring the viewers without giving them a solid story and resolution. The last scene with the child's escalating fear and heavy breathing in unison with the music lost its meaning because one never really gets an inkling, whether someone was killed or what was that family secret all along. While we are left to think of what really transpired, the film was still wanting in terms of a good story but nonetheless, musical scoring and cinematography were quite okay.