Hayden Christensen. John Leguizamo. Thandie Newton. When I heard that three of my least favorite actors were going to be in a movie together, I knew I had to see it. Sure, it didn't have John Travolta or Katherine Heigl, but let's not get carried away, here. We don't want people to hurt themselves. The plot didn't even matter -- it looked like a sci-fi horror movie to me, and that's all I needed to know. As long as everyone got to over-act, and then be annoyingly glib with each other, I would be happy, and in that respect the film didn't disappoint. Unfortunately, the plot left a lot to be desired, and the cast spends the entire movie fighting off darkness and shadows with flashlights. Hayden Christensen once taught us to never underestimate the power of the dark side, but it's not enough to base an entire movie on.