Ominous is somewhat difficult to sit through. Not in view of any extreme scenes or realistic visuals, but since the acting is so wooden. The two fundamental on-screen characters, Joseph Anthony Jette and Elizabeth Purdy as the Callahan folks have little science together and they convey their lines in a persistent monotone expression.
They likewise have little association with the three youngsters too and entire family unit is fairly unconvincing. With a tale around an agitated family, it is basic that the family attracts the group of onlookers with their contentions and passionate dramatization. In Ominous, that element is never accomplished paying little heed to the endeavors of the cast. Elizabeth Purdy succeeds more in her part toward the end when the conclusion concentrates on her past and her revelations as she faces the paranormal danger one-on-one, however it’s short of what was expected.