I felt compelled to right this review, because of all of the undeserved negative reviews this film has received. Although undeserved, these reviews are completely understandable, as the film I expected to receive, was nothing like the film I ended up watching. I was expexcting your average American horror, scary devil child, flips out and systematically kills his family, in all sorts of imaginable gory ways, lots of blood and a few jumps! Looking at the cover, who could blame me? To my supirse, the film actually turned out to be a fantastic thriller, about a well off, young family, welcoming their new arrival, Baby Lily, into their home. The story focuses around the mother's post natal depression and the father's paranoia, that all stem from their son Joshua's (The original and much more appropriate title for the film) jealousy towards his new sibbling. Joshua, far from being "The Devil's Child", is an intelligent, troubled young boy, who manipulates the adults around him, as he tries to push his sister out of the frame. I was expecting a poor imitation of the Omen when i bought this film, but it more similar to Rosemary's Baby, focusing on the characters, and their, often flawed, relationships with eachother. If you want scares, blood and guts, dont waste your money, there is none of that in this film! If you want a creepy, atmospheric thriller, with brilliant performances from Sam Rockwell and Vera Famiga, this film is definatley worth a look, although I would wait for the price to come down a bit!