I'd give this about 3.5 stars. All in all, a fairly descent movie without nudity, extreme gore, or foul language, which is how movies used to be. It was entertaining, acting not bad, and cool props.
Reading the reviews, it seems most people were expecting the Disney version of Sleeping Beauty, which isn't the original Grimm story, or R rated extreme blood and gore. Anything that falls in the middle, with a little imagination added, always seems to get bad reviews. I don't think people know how to use the scale anymore - anything they remotely don't like gets a 1.
If you want a movie with great settings and fascinating props, this doesn't disappoint. A lot of work went into the setting, which should be appreciated by anyone interested in the supernatural. Reminds me of a movie version (with a little more depth) of a Buffy the Vampire, or maybe Charmed, type of production. If you liked those shows, you should be entertained by this movie.
I liked the fresh twist to an old story, and how they made it somewhat of a mystery to figure out what was going on, and how the use of the mannequins, a creepy prop that doesn't get as much attention as clowns or dolls, developed the story. It would have been nice to see more back story of the family and how they got to this point, rather than so many dream scenes. I would have liked to see more info about the missing, and maybe the demons. Also, it wasn't clear how all the ancient relics fit into the picture.
Regardless, it was SO much better than some teens-in-the-woods-chainsaw-murder movie. This is a good movie for those with a good imagination.