4. Stiles's enunciation is consistently excellent and her pauses emphatic, at times, distractingly so. "He's . . . different" she says of her mono-expressioned and mostly mute son, Damien (Seamus Davey-Fitzpatrick), after he has clawed her face on the way to church, caused monkeys to riot at the zoo and led the first nanny to hang herself.
Too bad. Jumpy gems like "The Ring", "28 Days Later", and "Shawn of the Dead" had fooled me into thinking horrors movies were getting good again. Not to worry. This gives me an excuse to cling to a cute boy on the couch watching DVD rentals of "The Exorcist" and "Rosemary's Baby".