The movie was not bad, but not really my taste which should not stop you from watching it - you may enjoy it! Haunter involves a teenager, Lisa (Abigale Breslin) who realizes that each day is always the same. Same conversations, same clothes, same chores, same dinner, same TV show episode, everything! Lisa gets to a point where it's just too much and that something is definitely wrong. When she begins to hear voices and see figures of other girls including a young teenage girl named Olivia, she quickly learns that she and her family are dead and a new family is living there instead. Her only contact is through Olivia. She must keep contact with the other side to save the family from meeting the same fate as hers, but can she succeed while dark forces are preventing it? It's confusing, but it steers clear of any blood and gore like most. It lacks scares and was definitely NOT scary so if you're looking for that, pass on this. It would be perfect for 13 and up who may not be into the hardcore blood & guts horror films but be aware that it does drag on. A few other movies I'd recommend along this theme yet much much much better and scarier (but not over the top) are The Sixth Sense, The Others, A Haunting in Connecticut, Devil ('10). The language is infrequent and includes d@mn, Godd@mn, D@mmit, hell, b@sterd, b*tch, oh-my-God. Violence has angry shouting and throwing objects, ghostly figures, references to murder, a caged ghost-girl is seen and then she catches fire and burns, a girls family turns to skeletons when they're found dead at a dinner table and you see them start to decay, a father gets possessed, a girl strangles a man. No sexual content or drugs to worry about. Some smoking. I give it 2 stars for the idea and Abigale Breslin's performance. 13 years and up is fair.