We Are Not Alone
Half the reason I enjoy the haunted house/possession genre is that most of the time, it's just so gosh darn pretty. As this movie is. Lots of cool camera angles, atmospheric lighting, and all that other good stuff. There are a few moments that could have been really creepy and chilling, if not for the choice of a "LOOK AT THIS- THIS IS REALLY SCARY" orchestral stings. Sometimes subtle is better. In any haunted house movie, there is always the "why don't you just leave!?" moment. I was not satisfied with how this one dealt with that. There were some indications they were quite a ways from civilization, but it was not really presented as an obstacle. Mateo's initial disbelief in supernatural goings on was also used as a reason to not just get the hell out of the scary house, but Monica and Sofia staying there when he finally gave in and went to visit the priest was hard to believe. (I know, sometimes we just need our horror movie characters to do stupid things in service of the plot. It's still better if you can avoid it.) There's not really anything new here, as far as exorcism/possession/haunted houses go, but it was an entertaining way to spend a couple spooky hours.
I enjoy scary things. Well, as long as I have a pair of fuzzy socks to keep me safe from the monsters!