Overall, this movie isn’t too bad. It started off promisingly, and familiarly, enough. I thought the setting in a world on the brink of a nuclear war was an interesting choice. But things just don’t develop quite like you feel they ought to. The nuclear brinksmanship side story ends up distracting from the paranormal events, and even though it is told from the perspective of radio/tv announcements, was honestly scarier than the ghostly happenings, which was unfortunate. Things never quite seem to gel, and it was hard to understand what was going on at times. The buildup to the inevitable denouement felt a bit disjointed, like the movie could have done with a bit more meat on the bone, so to speak. I thought the nuclear stuff was actually genuinely unsettling, but in my opinion, it ended up being the more memorable part of this story.